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  • adj.fulfilled
  • adj.earned

synonyms for realized

  • accomplished
  • completed
  • executed
  • finished
  • performed
  • achieved
  • actualized
  • attained
  • concluded
  • consummated
  • done
  • materialized
  • substantiated
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antonyms for realized

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  • incomplete
  • unfinished
  • unfulfilled
  • unsubstantiated
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How to use realized in a sentence

In 2012, the British grocery chain Tesco gave up on a plan to put carbon labels on everything it sold after realizing it would take several months to assess the footprint of each item.
TRYING TO SHOP SUSTAINABLY? HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO CONSIDER.SARAH KAPLANNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
He realized that materials in the kits didn’t match those the test maker had submitted to the Food and Drug Administration for authorization weeks earlier.
HOGAN’S FIRST BATCH OF CORONAVIRUS TESTS FROM SOUTH KOREA WERE FLAWED, NEVER USEDSTEVE THOMPSONNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
He realized that these DNA-binding proteins could be engineered to allow precise edits to be introduced into genomes.
WITH CRISPR, HUMANS CAN CREATE THEIR OWN EVOLUTIONARY FUTUREADRIAN WOOLFSONNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Often, he was shocked to realize the analysts had everything wrong and were blaming the wrong players.
INSIDE AQIB TALIB’S ‘RAW’ BUT ‘REAL’ NFL ANNOUNCING DEBUTLES CARPENTERNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It wasn’t until I dug my favorite pair of pumps out of the back of my closet for a nice-clothes work assignment, put them on and exhaled with an “ahhh” that I realized what had happened.
THE PANDEMIC ISN’T ENDING ANYTIME SOON. AND OUR BODIES ARE FEELING THE STRESS.PETULA DVORAKNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
“Uncanny Valley,” by Anna WienerAfter moving from New York to Silicon Valley, an optimistic young woman slowly realizes that her new industry is toxic, both to herself and to society.
50 NOTABLE WORKS OF NONFICTION IN 2020NOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
We soon realize that her tantalizing reveal will be what’s under her mask.
LOOKING FROM THE OUTSIDE IN, ‘VOYEUR’ REIMAGINES THE LIFE OF TOULOUSE-LAUTRECJOSE SOLÍSNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Like many Facebook users, Norrington realized that quitting the world’s largest social network isn’t as easy as hitting a delete button, especially when you’re part of its online communities.
WHY IT’S EASY TO HATE FACEBOOK BUT HARD TO LEAVEHEATHER KELLYNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
While the system is better prepared for a spike in purchasing, we’re hoping the public now realizes our food supply is safe and strong, so we don’t see widespread panic purchasing.
SHOPPERS ARE PANIC-BUYING TOILET PAPER. THIS TIME, THERE SHOULD BE ENOUGH TO GO AROUND.LAURA REILEY, ABHA BHATTARAINOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Communities have been a lifeline during the pandemic, and the pandemic helped publishers realize their audiences look to them as hubs of community.
DEEP DIVE: HOW THE FUTURE OF PUBLISHING IS TAKING SHAPE IN THE ONGOING CORONAVIRUS CRISIS ERAPIERRE BIENAIMÉNOVEMBER 17, 2020DIGIDAY
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WORDS RELATED TO REALIZED

  • accomplished
  • attained
  • captured
  • collected
  • earned
  • gained
  • gathered
  • learned
  • obtained
  • reached
  • realized
  • secured
  • seized
  • won
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