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fantasy

fan·ta·sy

fantasy

 
 
pronunciation:
faen t si
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb & intransitive verb
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part of speech: noun
inflections: fantasies
definition 1: imagination or something imagined, esp. if fanciful, exaggerated, or bizarre.
synonyms:
fancy
antonyms:
reality
similar words:
conceit, hallucination, illusion, imagination, invention, make-believe, nonentity, romance
definition 2: a notion based on imagination or desire rather than fact.
synonyms:
conceit, fancy, phantasm
similar words:
caprice, chimera, delusion, figment, illusion, impulse, invention, notion, vision, whimsy
definition 3: fiction containing highly imaginative, grotesque, or supernatural elements.
synonyms:
fairy tale
similar words:
fiction, legend, myth, romance
definition 4: in psychology, an imagined state, event, or sequence of events, usu. acting out or fulfilling a wish; wish fulfillment; daydream.
similar words:
daydream, pipe dream, reverie, wishful thinking
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part of speech: transitive verb & intransitive verb
inflections: fantasied, fantasies, fantasying
definition: to imagine, fantasize, or dream.
synonyms:
dream, fantasize, imagine
similar words:
daydream, fancy, image, picture
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