Definition of surrealistic in English:

surrealistic

adjective

See surrealism

  • ‘His style has been loosely described as expressionistic, surrealistic, naive, and primitive, but was also strongly influenced by the urban realism of John Sloan.’
  • ‘Baldwin weaves biblical imagery deftly into this surrealistic episode, as John undergoes a trial by fire for his soul.’
  • ‘‘There is no overt surrealistic content in the sculpture,’ he wrote.’
  • ‘Johan merges many images together to create his surrealistic dreamscape portraits, with strange little boys as their usual subject matter.’
  • ‘His works are surrealistic and whimsical, rendered in oils and mixed media.’

adjective

See surrealism

  • ‘There is no overt surrealistic content in the sculpture.’
  • ‘In my art, I'm somewhat surrealistic …’
  • ‘The plots often had wild, surrealistic turns in them.’
  • ‘Each film includes surrealistic locations and bent reality.’
  • ‘His works are surrealistic and whimsical.’

Pronunciation

surrealistic

/sərɪəˈlɪstɪk/