Definition of unreal:
artificial, make-believe, near, unserviceable, pretend, illusionary, wraithlike, illusional, futile, unsatisfying, bootless, unavailing, surreal, dyed, mythical, delusive, fictitious, real, semisynthetic, useless, delusory, chimeric, contrived, fabled, conventionalized, false, stylised, faux, Celluloid, simulated, man-made, fantastical, trompe-l'oeil, envisioned, delusory, fictional, visualized, stylized, deceitful, illusive, fabulous, coloured, worthless, deceptive, dummy, nugatory, mythologic, visualised, colored, hallucinatory, fabricated, fanciful, substitute, unprofitable, conceptual, vain, unsubstantial, fantastic, cardboard, trivial, dreamed, profitless, visionary, trifling, arranged, mythological, fancied, imaginary, unimportant, staged, insubstantial, aeriform, conventionalised, bleached, fake, legendary, idle, unlifelike, pictured, mythic, jejune, fruitless, factitious, play, hokey, made-up, ersatz, shadowy, imagined, vapid, baseless, ethereal, aerial, stilted, imitation, synthetic, airy, eye-deceiving, illusory, painted, aery, dreamlike, ineffectual, inconstant, phantom, notional, abortive, invented.
- unreal (part of speech: adjective)
- visionary (part of speech: noun)
- unsubstantial (part of speech: adjective)
- "The Golden Scarecrow", Hugh Walpole.
- "Wanderings Among South Sea Savages And in Borneo and the Philippines", H. Wilfrid Walker.
- "Gargoyles", Ben Hecht.