nonrealistic

nonrealistic

(ˌnɒnrɪəˈlɪstɪk)
adj
not realistic; unrealistic
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To these critics, The Trial is a nonrealistic fiction narrating a delusional story.
Rigid walls produce nonrealistic reflections of the scattered fields and producing an effect of fluid waveguide with rigid boundaries, for which the wave velocity can be affected.
As such, a typical 'Peta play' would be characterized as a well-researched piece based on real-life events that portrays contemporary social problems with accuracy and insight, combining realism and nonrealistic styles (particularly the use of a Chorus) to convey to the audience the immediacy of the situations presented, and the necessary actions that need to be taken.
Unlike a photographic medium such as film, comics give artists the option of employing either realistic or nonrealistic styles, and such styles, Eisner argues, should correspond with the stories they illustrate:
Misalliance [imagines these settings] and anticipates a future kind of theatre, a more nonrealistic type of theatre.
If you are not a member of a soft-air club, but still over 18 years old, you can only purchase a nonrealistic BB gun, which will be manufactured in a vivid colour.
He could only imagine an alternative to the brutal, nihilistic world depicted in the later tragedies, she argues, by literally getting out of town and embracing a more mythic, deliberately nonrealistic style.
we noticed that if we use the frequency formula with smaller areas,the frequency resulting will be too high and nonrealistic, in the other hand with bigger area the MAV fly perfectly with realistic flapping frequency, but the wing ratio will be too high.
Hie question they now raised for me was why a realist, as in his sense of experience Hawthorne visibly was, should have written the nonrealistic tales and romances he did.
But, he adds, "I don't think I could create a ballet on a play by Arthur Miller because the words are so important and the material is so realistic that it doesn't really lend itself to a nonrealistic structure of form.
In the two decades in which she was the most creative (1930s and 1940s), Masino published three novels and two collections of short stories that show an intense degree of experimentation (Re, 1995) and a poetical predilection for the nonrealistic.
Can we be optimistic about the ongoing talks between the parties to the conflict sponsored by the people who see a nonrealistic image through their 'tinted' window?