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materialization

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Our polls, Senate polls, gov polls, presidential polls, Republican polls, public polls, turnout modeling and prognosticators all pointed to one political environment — that environment never materialized.

Many nearby buildings remained boarded-up in anticipation of unrest that failed to materialize.

It might just take a while longer for those efforts to materialize.

From Digiday

We had started to sense a spike search for it in July, but it never materialized.

From Digiday

Yet Sanders’s 2020 bid failed, in part because he based his electoral strategy on a massive surge in youth turnout that didn’t materialize as much as his campaign expected.

From Vox

This striking change but too faithfully represents the corresponding degradation and materialization of religious belief.

Besides them, there are equal numbers of people who believe in the materialization of spirits.

She held out a hope of materialization later, but she wasn't sure she could compass that for some time to come.

Materialization, of course, called for a darkened room, and Shelby's naturally suspicious mind was alert for possible fraud.

It always exhausts me utterly to induce a materialization, and I doubt if I can achieve anything more to-night.

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On this page you'll find 127 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to materialization, such as: pursuance, realization, actualization, aftereffect, aftermath, and backlash.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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