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Use "actualise" in a sentence
"He's an opportunity for people to actualise fantasies of super competence, violence and exotic sex; and the 'conflicted' thing is nothing more than a sop to our more sophisticated 21st-century apprehension that the last thing we want people to think about us is that we're shallow or one-dimensional."
"Senator clinton as a good democrat, is already part of the change advocated by senator barack obama, she only needs to actualise the change by working sincerely in concert with the party's obvious flag bearer which in this case is barack obama."
"I will like you to actualise that dream of becoming the chairperson or chairwoman and much more so."