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[ree-al-i-tee-beyst] /riˈæl ɪ tiˌbeɪst/
(especially of television) portraying or alleging to portray events as they actually happened. Unabridged
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  • It never ceases to amaze me when religious people insist on forcing their fantasies on reality-based people.
  • What happened next was encouraging to everyone in the reality-based community.
  • Whatever to call it, let the naysayers form their own reality-based metaphors for darkness and despair.
  • Unfortunately, the idea that regime change would do the job isn't much more reality-based.
  • It's useful to remember this salient fact when listening to the ostensibly reality-based arguments of the one-staters.
  • The charity's annual review pairs celebrity claims with reality-based quotes from doctors and scientists.
  • Sure, he's disbarred, and reality-based people understand he's totally wrong.
  • We've left the era of fact-based politics, or even reality-based politics.
  • Evidence-based practices include: cognitive behavioral therapy, reality-based therapy.

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