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non-realistic

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Definition of non-realistic in English:

adjective

Not representing something in way that is accurate and true to life: a stylized, non-realistic image
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  • He looks back and realises the images on the wall that dictated our perception of reality are non-realistic.
  • "It is the most neglected of the arts," Lal agreed, "because ours is a realistic age and dance is non-realistic."
  • Some commentators felt that the symphony was ' non-realistic ' and attacked its pessimism.

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