noun, plural unrealities.
lack of reality; quality of being unreal: the unreality of dreams.
something that is unreal, invalid, imaginary, or illusory: She appeared to be living in a world of unrealities.
incompetence or impracticality, especially in everyday matters.

1745–55; un-1 + reality

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unreality (ˌʌnrɪˈælɪtɪ)
1.  the quality or state of being unreal, fanciful, or impractical
2.  something that is unreal

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Example sentences
Because artificiality leads to a sense of unreality and frustration,
  unhappiness often results.
There was a touch of unreality, a mystery about him from the start.
The experience is frequently disconcerting and is often accompanied by a sense
  of unreality.
And yet the story always sustains its air of sunny unreality.
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