Noun(1) imagination unrestricted by reality(2) fiction with a large amount of imagination in it(3) something many people believe that is false
Verb(1) indulge in fantasies
(1) Americans behave this way partly because they have so little understanding of the world and live in a fantasy concerning even the realities of their own country.(2) But in the end they were forced to admit, just as Ben and I had, that no matter how hard you try to breathe life into a fantasy , sometimes reality is the best you can hope to get.(3) look at their dedication to fantasy leagues and the enormous minutiae of the stats they memorize(4) The idea Greenspan, who turned 75 earlier this month, should hold all the economic answers is to live in the realms of fantasy .(5) Just by way of background: Locus concentrates on science fiction, fantasy and horror, and its web site always includes a generous amount of free info and lots of links to more of the same.(6) It's a funny thing, but despite the fact that science fiction and fantasy are my genre fiction of choice, I never liked Lord of the Rings.(7) This Hugo award winning classic by Philip JosÔö£┬« Farmer is a fantasy about an ultimate Resurrection.(8) I find there are too many negative connotations to genre writing, especially to the ever-so-popular science fiction / fantasy .(9) This novel is contemporary fiction, combined with fantasy and historical adventure.(10) a fantasy world(11) Written for Charles Munch and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Die Natali is a fantasy on Christmas carols.(12) Of course some popular genre fiction - fantasy , science fiction, crime - can be of a high calibre as well.(13) Although the Chancellor may well remain against early membership, we can no longer claim the mechanics of British membership are in the realms of fantasy .(14) But at 3000 pounds sterling it's going to stay in the realms of fantasy for a while.(15) The immortal, crucified and resurrected fecundity of God pours into and out of every honest work of fantasy and science fiction.(16) He or she has an idea, perhaps a fantasy of Africa.
1. imagination ::
2. dream ::
3. phantasy ::
4. illusion ::
5. fantasize ::
1. fact ::
2. reality ::
Different Formsfantasies, fantasist, fantasists, fantasy, fantasying
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