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 surreally
And yet, surreally, DSK's Manhattan arrest would prove only the very beginning of the end of his aspirations to power in France.French Political Sex Movie About DSK Sets Cannes Aquiver|Tracy McNicoll|May 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Surreally, a choir of high school students at the gate adjoining ours begins singing a hymnal.
What such tours show most surreally is that both mother and baby share a silent, symbolic, decorative role.
Those two things—along with his surreally great ads—make his candidacy worthwhile, even as performance art.
In the surreally warm December of 2008, however, Moscovite anxiety has been rising too.