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And very likely the questions themselves are irreal as well.
Anyone affected by it is forced to perceive irreal universes, whether they want to or not.
Until you inflict decisive defeat on your Adversary it will remain irreal.
But we tend to ascribe emotions, traits, and beliefs to these irreal objects as if they were real.
At the end of the 1960s decade Martínez created irreal atmospheres in his works by using light and shadow.
The most matter-of-fact images were all crazy, irreal, surreal, loaded with the fantastic.
It is irreal and you know it.
Previous terms used to refer to the burgeoning scene include "irreal" and "new absurdism", but neither of these was used broadly.
El irreal Madrid.
The disclosure seemed irreal; I thought at first that she was joking and then I thought she was hallucinating.
This place was a nonexistent world, analogous to the irreal "Earth" to which the translated colonists went when they chewed his own product, Can-D.
When Ho and Scott reappear as ghosts, they seem no less real or more irreal than they did earlier, for they were never more than concepts.
It contains twenty-seven irreal short stories and flash fiction as well as a novella, "Igsnay Bürdd the Animal Trainer."
It contains forty-four irreal short stories and flash fiction and has been said to combine the milieu's of Franz Kafka and William S. Burroughs.
TRG is a "transient reality generator" and explored ideas of temporary autonomous reality and the "irreal", i.e. the tension or imbalance between tangible reality and imaginary worlds.
But these are quickly refigured into a personal system informed by the scientific and organized like a machine...in the Irreal work, allegory operates according to an altered, but constant and orderly iconographic system."
It is essentially the difference between the real (everything subject to time) and the ideal or irreal (everything that is atemporal), such as logical truths, mathematical entities, mathematical truths and meanings in general.
Referred to as a novel as often as a collection of stories - Wilson himself has called it a "story-cycle" - it contains twenty-nine irreal short stories and flash fiction that overlap and feature recurrent characters.
By turns absurd and surreal, dark and challenging, Pseudo-City exposes what waits in the bathroom stall, under the manhole cover and in the corporate boardroom, all in a way that can only be described as mind-bogglingly irreal.
Subordinate clause with subjunctive imperfect preterite and main clause with simple conditional to express an irreal or imagined condition in either the present or the future, e.g. si l'estimés no se n'aniria ("if he loved her, he would not leave")
According to Bickerton, all observed creole languages strictly follow a structure that has the anterior particle precede the irreal particle, and the irreal particle precede the nonpunctual particle, although in certain languages some compounded forms may be replaced by other constructions.
If the term has nonetheless retained a certain consistency in its use across these fields and would-be movements, it perhaps reflects the word's position in general English usage: though the standard dictionary definition of irreal gives it the same meaning as unreal, irreal is very rarely used in comparison with unreal.