1. surreal

adjective. ['sɝˈiːl'] resembling a dream.


  • dreamlike


  • practical
  • possible

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How do you pronounce surreal?

Pronounce surreal as sərˈil.

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Sentences with surreal

1. Adjective
The expansive interior of the restaurant is covered with wall and hanging decorations, giving it a surreal atmosphere.

Quotes about surreal

1. American art in general... takes to surreal exaggerations and metaphors; but its Puritan work ethic has little use for the playful self-indulgence behind Parisian Surrealism.
- John Updike

2. My dad's sense of humor was direct and sometimes surreal - his quick wit is well known amongst our family and friends. He raised me on Spike Jones records and W.C. Fields movies, and his sense of humor fell somewhere in between.
- Tony Visconti

3. 'Northern Exposure.' I loved that show; I loved the way it was able to have episodes where somebody finds a woolly mammoth, he calls the museum in New York, they send a guy out, and the mammoth's gone because someone ate it. To me, that was everything I ever wanted to do. That show mixed emotion, humor and the surreal all at once.
- Edward Kitsis

2. surreal

adjective. ['sɝˈiːl'] characterized by fantastic imagery and incongruous juxtapositions.


  • surrealistic
  • phantasmagorical
  • phantasmagoric


  • unreality
  • natural
  • sincere
  • genuine