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surreal
used in The Guardian

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Definition
characterized by fantastic imagery, or combinations of things and events that don't go together
  • The props and wildly hued costumes, the use of gleaming spotlights and haunting shadows, had all combined to create a world on stage both strangely surreal and vividly alive.
    Nine (9% in)
  • He'd discovered the books in the school library, and he'd spent long hours studying them, losing himself in the surreally beautiful landscapes.
    Eighteen (42% in)
  • He looked almost wistful, and the whole scene suddenly struck Julie as surreal.
    Twenty-nine (80% in)

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