Ideality [noun]

Definition of Ideality:

mental image, concept

Opposite/Antonyms of Ideality:

Sentence/Example of Ideality:

Whoever looked on the forehead of the good Doctor must have seen the squareness of ideality giving marked effect to its outline.

Exactingsness is untrained ideality, and much domestic misery is caused by it.

The weak eyes and chest, the grave and gentle demeanour, the whole ideality of character correspond.

The representation may be of identity, causality, or ideality.

That of ideality is necessarily derived from that of causality.

Yet he understood me, my Celtic ideality, and that shy reserve which is the armour of a sensitive soul.

We in our madness have separated the two, and have invented a realism that is vulgar, an ideality that is void.

The Japanese possess all the deep and subtle contrasts of mentality and ideality which differentiate the Orient from the Occident.

The ideality and universality of internationalism itself are expressions of the philosophic spirit.

Shakspeare gives us the England of the 16th century, with the added qualities of beauty, ideality, and order.