Associations to the word «Reality»
REALITY, noun. The state of being actual or real.
REALITY, noun. A real entity, event or other fact.
REALITY, noun. The entirety of all that is real.
REALITY, noun. An individual observer's own subjective perception of that which is real.
REALITY, noun. (obsolete) Loyalty; devotion.
REALITY, noun. (legal) (obsolete) Realty; real estate.
REALITY CHALLENGED, adjective. (humorously politically correct) (euphemistic) (of a person) insane.
REALITY CHECK, noun. A check or review to make sure something is consistent, reasonable, etc.
REALITY CHECK, noun. (idiomatic) a wake-up call, reminder
REALITY DISTORTION FIELD, noun. (informal) The persuasive abilities of a charismatic leader
REALITY DISTORTION FIELDS, noun. Plural of reality distortion field
REALITY PRINCIPLE, noun. (psychology) (psychoanalysis) (Freudianism) (often hyphenated when used attributively) The mental mechanism which guides a person, as he or she matures, in adapting to and coping with the real, external world, by suppressing or deferring the childish gratification-seeking desires of the id.
REALITY SHOW, noun. A program of reality television.
REALITY SHOWS, noun. Plural of reality show
REALITY TELEVISION, noun. A genre of television programming portraying one or more unprofessional actors and their reaction to given stimuli and/or goals.
REALITY TESTING, noun. The psychotherapeutic technique of reflecting on the objective or real world and one's relationship to it, so as to distinguish the internal world of thoughts and feelings from the external world.
REALITY THERAPY, noun. A form of psychotherapy and counselling that focuses on the present and the ability to make decisions leading to a better future.
REALITY TV, noun. Alternative form of reality television
REALITY, noun. All of your experiences that determine how things appear to you; "his world was shattered"; "we live in different worlds"; "for them demons were as much a part of reality as trees were".
REALITY, noun. The state of being actual or real; "the reality of his situation slowly dawned on him".
REALITY, noun. The state of the world as it really is rather than as you might want it to be; "businessmen have to face harsh realities".
REALITY, noun. The quality possessed by something that is real.
One merit of poetry few persons will deny: it says more and in fewer words than prose.