01. My [ideal] husband would share the responsibilities of housework and childraising.
02. ESL students should [ideally] speak English all the time outside of class, but obviously that doesn't usually happen.
03. Ursula is a total [idealist] who can't seem to understand that people are not always nice and honest.
04. Her [idealism] makes her want to try to change the world.
05. Port Angeles is an [ideal] place to visit for hikers and campers as it is near a number of wonderful wilderness areas.
06. I know an [ideal] spot for a picnic; follow me.
07. Heather is [ideally] suited to her job as an elementary school teacher because she is so patient and loving of children.
08. Goethe once said that love is an [ideal] thing, whereas marriage is a real thing.
09. In the 1930s, the Soviets concluded that the [ideal] population size for cities was around 50,000.
10. Primary socialization tends to be [idealistic], whereas adult socialization tends to be realistic.
11. Under Confucian [ideals], Chinese society was divided into a class system.
12. Culture has been described as [ideals], values, or rules for living.
13. Former South African President Nelson Mandela once said, "I have cherished the [ideal] of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony with equal opportunities. It is an [ideal] which I hope to live for and see realized. But if needs be, it is an [ideal] for which I am prepared to die."
14. Oscar Wilde once remarked that when an [ideal] is realized, it is robbed of its wonder and mystery.
15. Robertson Davies once observed that the world is full of people whose notion of a satisfactory future is, in fact, a return to the [idealized] past.
16. Robert Kennedy once observed that each time a man stands up for an [ideal], he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope.
17. Steel is 100 percent recyclable, and can be reprocessed almost indefinitely, making it [ideal] for food containers.
18. Breast milk is the [ideal] food for babies younger than nine months.
19. The parking lot next to our house is the [ideal] place to play road hockey.
20. A flag represents the land, history, and [ideals] of a nation's people.
21. Someone once remarked that making drugs illegal is an [idealistic] policy which, by ignoring the human desires fuelling drug use, only provides vast profits for pushers.
22. Western [ideals] of beauty and art are rooted in Ancient Greece and Rome.
23. Plato and Aristotle believed that elaborate instrumental music was incompatible with the [ideal] state.
24. Venice in the 1600s, with its reputation for freedom from social and religious constraints, was the [ideal] place for opera to flourish.

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