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abstract depicting reality not as it appears to the senses of most people but in the way that an individual interprets it or wishes to suggest it; nonrepresentational. [1/13 definitions]
actuality the state or fact of truly or currently existing; reality. [1/2 definitions]
alienation a state of profound disaffection from the world of objective reality. [1/3 definitions]
authenticate to prove the genuineness, reality, or validity of.
be to remain in a state of existence; have reality; exist. [1/10 definitions]
bury one's head in the sand to refuse to confront reality or the facts; avoid the truth.
case1 things in reality; what is actual or true. [1/9 definitions]
come to grips with to understand the reality of; face openly. [1/2 definitions]
comprehend mentally or emotionally come to terms with or make logical sense of; grasp the reality of or reasons behind. [1/3 definitions]
de facto in reality; actually. [1/3 definitions]
dream to imagine something with a desire for its becoming reality (usu. fol. by "of"). [1/13 definitions]
dream world a world that exists only in the imagination, not in reality.
dualism in philosophy, the theory that reality consists of, or can be explained in term of, two basic principles, such as mind and body. (Cf. monism, pluralism.) [1/3 definitions]
ego in psychoanalytic theory, the personality component that mediates between the unconscious drives and external reality. [1/5 definitions]
escape a way to avoid reality. [1/10 definitions]
escapism the tendency to escape from or avoid reality by absorbing oneself in fantasies or other entertainment.
exist to have being or reality. [1/3 definitions]
existence the state of having being or reality. [1/4 definitions]
fact something that has reality, that exists, or that happened or is happening. [1/3 definitions]
fancy an idea, opinion, or preference, sometimes not based on reason or reality. [1/14 definitions]
hypostatize to present or consider (an idea, concept, or the like) as having concrete, objective reality or form.