Surreal: Word of the Day

Surreal, adj.

Having the disorienting, hallucinatory quality of a dream; unreal; fantastic: surreal complexities of the bureaucracy.
Cirque du Soliel is a surreal experience when compared to run-of-the-mill circuses.
Alternate usage:
“I’m starting a new business.”
“Yeah?  What is it?”
“I’m gonna sell land to people in their dreams.”
“What?  Oh!  I get it, you’re going to be…”
“…yeah.  A Surreal Estate Agent.”
How will you use surreal in a sentence today?
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One response to “Surreal: Word of the Day

  1. Went and googled this for names, but couldn’t find the big ones, but it really is still the movement of the times, yes, especially in art.
    I like the way surreal art combines the images of the psyche as projections into depictions of the external reality of the world.

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