Absurd and Unrealistic


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Absurd adjective – So foolish or pointless as to be worthy of scornful laughter.
Usage example: it's absurd to expect to make a killing in the stock market overnight

Unrealistic and absurd are semantically related In some cases you can use "Unrealistic" instead an adjective "Absurd".
Nearby Words: absurdity, absurdly, absurdist
Synonyms for Absurd


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Unrealistic adjective – Not realistic.
Absurd and unrealistic are semantically related in unreasonable topic. Sometimes you can use "Absurd" instead an adjective "Unrealistic".
Nearby Words: unreal, unreality, unrealizable, unrealised
Synonyms for Unrealistic

Things that words describes

ability absurd ability unrealistic ability
style absurd style unrealistic style
idea absurd idea unrealistic idea
image absurd image unrealistic image
Other nouns: value, detail, point, nature, amount, number, range, degree, fact, way, example, proportions, demands, elements, heights, ways, amounts.

Both words in one sentence

  • Obviously Reality Is Unrealistic, because while this is a legitimate idea in modern psychology, it's never taken to the absurd levels that fiction shows.
  • Harder Than Hard: "Unrealistic Mode", which kicks the difficulty up to an absurd level.
  • Aluminum Christmas Trees It doesn't hurt that other "aluminum Christmas trees" are, like the original, well outside the pale of usual experience and improbable by definition; even so, it's immensely funny (to people in the know) when an audience dismisses a Real Life element as patently absurd and "unrealistic".
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