Definition of realm :
1. A royal jurisdiction or domain; a region which is under the dominion of a king; a kingdom.
2. Hence, in general, province; region; country; domain; department; division; as, the realm of fancy.
soil, game, amplitude, walk, width, line, firmament, range, orbit, court, solid ground, department, confines, body politic, sweep, bag, scene, front, sphere, crown, part, dethrone, dry land, extent, abdicate, terrain, res publica, ambit, fiefdom, farming, dimension, compass, coronation, world, breadth, purview, element, business, barony, the crown, earth, extension, subject, swing, specialty, terra firma, scope, fief, discipline, demesne, acres, accession, accede, landed estate, reach, commoner, depose
possession (part of speech: noun)
arena (part of speech: noun)
gymnasium, locale, amphitheater, pen, gallery, stage, Colosseum, circuit, auditorium, domain, hall, courtyard, enclosure, field, room, region, dominion, beat, turf, theater, circus, area, setting, arena, battle-ground, bailiwick, ring, ground, province, circle, campus, hippodrome, battlefield, precinct
property (part of speech: noun)
region (part of speech: noun)
duchy, plot, municipality, borough, district, neighborhood, commonweal, locality, division, nation, riding, earldom, Shire, quarter, city, parcel, dukedom, place, canton, tract, town, sector, zone, lot, country, colony, county, state
regional (part of speech: adjective)
- Such mental exercise, though it be with no thought of specific application in the realm of action, has nevertheless the same fundamental aim as if the planning were so intended. - "Sound Military Decision", U.s. Naval War College.
- Then take Bancroft's " History of the United States"; then that great monument of intellectual achievement in the realm of historical criticism, Von Holtz's " Constitutional History of the United States." - "The Young Man and the World", Albert J. Beveridge.
- Out of the realm of memory, where the echoes come and go by no known law, sounded his voice in her ear: " 'That which thy servant is, that he is for you. - "The Unspeakable Perk", Samuel Hopkins Adams.