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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ Any problems that the partnership had resulted solely from the depression in the Southern California realty market, Delaney said.
▪ It was but lately that realty had been made liable for the debts of its deceased owner.
▪ Neither was at the time of the sale physically attached to the realty.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

Realty \Re"al*ty\ (-t[y^]), n. [OF. r['e]alt['e], LL. regalitas, fr. L. regalis. See Regal.]

  1. Royalty. [Obs.]

  2. Loyalty; faithfulness. [R.]


Realty \Re"al*ty\, n. [Contr. from 1st Reality.]

  1. Reality. [Obs.]
    --Dr. H. More.

  2. (Law)

    1. Immobility, or the fixed, permanent nature of real property; as, chattels which savor of the realty; -- so written in legal language for reality.

    2. Real estate; a piece of real property.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

1660s, "real estate," from earlier meaning (1540s) "real possession," earlier "reality" (mid-15c.), from real (adj.) + -ty (2). Compare reality.


n. 1 real estate; a piece of real property; land. 2 (context obsolete English) reality 3 (context obsolete English) loyalty; faithfulness


n. property consisting of houses and land [syn: real property, real estate]

Usage examples of "realty".

She was in the back room of the Top of the Town Realty, going through their microfiche files.

Realty was located on University Avenue just down from the state capital, a block from the Atheneum bank.

I wanted to make it back to my tiny office at Sunbelt Realty before the Realty office closed.

At Sunbelt Realty it took Bonnie and her computer five minutes to check the prior year property tax records for 155 N.

I returned to my office at Sunbelt Realty through the back parking lot entrance.

Dutchess Realty Company, where Meg Torrens sat, her white blouse ill-defined but evident in the dimness of the office.

And for the value of these possessions--for nowhere is a government more generous to the ecclesiastics than the Republic hath been--it hath been rated that a fourth part of the entire realty of the dominion--nay, some count it a third part--is already the property of the Church.

I reckon it'll just about kill your father to put somebody in his place as president of the Realty Company, Bibbs.

All those houses and condos and commercial properties, hell thirty million dollars' worth of red-hot property with Dupree Realty signs hanging all over it.

This oversight may have explained the vacancy rate that had spread through the core like a cancer, affecting one shop, then its neighbors, and their neighbors, until the block looked like a massive advertisement for Bear Valley Realty.

Most disturbingly of all, the Washington Post, an internal spy had told Realty earlier in the day, was preparing a multipart story about Ryan's history at CIA, and it would be a canonization piece by no less than Bob Holtzman.

Two blocks from the Wilmar Realty Agency, he relaxed, un­cramping his long legs as best he could.