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realty

[ ree-uhl-tee, reel- ]

noun

  1. real property or real estate.


realty

/ ˈrɪəltɪ /

noun

  1. another term for real property


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Word History and Origins

Origin of realty1

First recorded in 1400–50, realty is from the late Middle English word realte. See real 1, -ty 2

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Example Sentences

We forge our own realties, finding ample justifications for why we believe each reality is self-evident.

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Her account listed a varied background in which she claimed she worked in realty, wealth management and in nonprofit work combating hate crimes.

Christophe Choo of the realty company Coldwell Banker in Beverly Hills is also convinced Petra is the buyer.

Realty demands that Mark McGwire is a fallen hero; his sins bear directly on his supposed heroics.

We had hugged so long the delusion of each man for himself that we had suffered all realty to be taken from us.

His investments have been most judiciously made and from his realty holdings he derives a very gratifying annual income.

He had one of the large agencies of this character and negotiated many important realty transfers.

I reckon it'll just about kill your father to put somebody in his place as president of the Realty Company, Bibbs.

She can with such money acquire personalty or realty, over the former of which she has absolute control.

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