noun, plural i·de·al·i·ties.
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As we enter, an air of that undefinable English ideality—comfort—seems diffused, as it were, in the atmosphere of the place.
Shakspeare gives us the England of the 16th century, with the added qualities of beauty, ideality, and order.The World's Best Books|Frank Parsons
These alone may wear the laurel that catches the eye of ideality and furnishes the theme for the poet's praise.Personal Recollections of a Cavalryman|J. H. (James Harvey) Kidd
The American, then, has become poor in ideality, in proportion as he has become rich in material wealth.Society, Manners and Politics in the United States|Michael Chevalier
It is a noble faculty so long as it confesses its own ideality; when it ceases to confess this, it is insanity.The Seven Lamps of Architecture|John Ruskin