Related formssur·re·al·ly, adverbsur·re·al·i·ty [suh-ree-al-i-tee] /sə riˈæl ɪ ti/, noun
Examples from the Web for surreality
Usually the bombs do not fall here, and there is a surreality to it when they do.
There was a sense of camaraderie that came from the surreality of their situation.
But I'm talking about Washington, where much reality is surreality to begin with.
Or maybe I just think that I prefer to mirror the surreality of the world in this way.