Dictionary

boreal — of or relating to the north; northern

cereal — a grass such as wheat, oats or corn, the starchy grains of which are used as food; a food prepared from any of these plants, especially a breakfast food

reality — the quality or state of being real

realize — to bring into concrete existence : ACCOMPLISH

reallign — to align again; especially : to reorganize or make new groupings of

reallocate — to apportion or distribute something in a new or different way; to earmark or designate something for a new or different purpose

really — actually, truly, unquestionably; very

realm — kingdom, sphere, domain

surreal — having the disorienting, hallucinatory quality of a dream; unreal; fantastic:

unreal — imaginary; fanciful; illusory; delusory; fantastic.

unrealistic — impractical, unworkable, improbable


real — having objective independent existence; not artificial, fraudulent, or illusory; genuine; occurring or existing in actuality; of or relating to practical or everyday concerns of activities; existing as a physical entity and having properties that deviate from an ideal, law or standard; complete, utter; fundamental, essential; of or relating to fixed, permanent, or immovable things; very, really


for real — used to assert that something is genuine or is actually the case; used in questions to express surprise or to question the truth or seriousness of what has been seen or heard

keep it real — be genuine, unaffected or honest

get real — getting real is the act of giving yourself a reality check


Real— a restaurant in Lincoln, MA serving comfort food, classics, and chef-inspired seasonal dishes. fresh sourcing. scratch cooking.