reality
[rɪ'ælɪtɪ]

noun

[Definition]: the truth; the current situation, not imagined

[Example Sentences]:
1. Oculus started shipping its virtual reality headsets to consumer in 2016.
2. At long last, virtual reality headsets will be hitting the market in droves 2016.
3. The reality is that we have a deal in place to handle these issues.
4. There is a reality that people on the ground day to day are experiencing.
5. Most of us think of virtual reality as the next big thing in gaming.
6. The military is in good company when it comes to trying out augmented reality glasses.
7. The reality is that Apple operates in a market that is more competitive than ever.
8. The reality is that no carrier can afford to give devices away for free.
9. Virtual reality has the potential to change almost everything about the way we live.
10. The reality is that consumers are not choosing Microsoft for mobile.
11. The reality of the world will impose many things on extremists.
12. The reality is they come to the borders and they are being released.
13. The simple reality for most Windows users is that they update when Microsoft tells them to update.
14. Get a feel from people with real budgets about the reality of interest in your product.
15. The health care industry has been slow to adjust to the reality of cyber-attacks.


[Antonyms]fiction, falsehood, untruth

[Synonyms]verity, actuality, substance
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