Fantasy synonyms

făn'tə-sē, -zē
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Narrative, explanatory material, or belief that is not true or has been imagined or fabricated:
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A false or mistaken idea.
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The definition of imagination is the ability to come up with mental images of something that is not real or to come up with new and creative ideas.
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An erroneous concept or belief:
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A pleasant, dreamlike thinking or wishing; reverie
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(Idiomatic) An idea, narrative, suggestion, etc. which is extremely imaginative and which appears to be entirely unrealistic, untrue, or impractical; thinking which is very speculative.
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(Philos.) A mental impression of a real person or thing
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Whimsical or fantastic creation
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Whimsical or fantastic creation
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The ability to fly:
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A free composition structured according to the composer's fancy.
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(Countable) Something created such as an invention or artwork.
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A real entity, event or other fact.
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An inventing or being invented
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An event or display (dramatic, musical, etc.) of fantastic or chaotic behaviour or conduct.
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The definition of a figment is something imagined.
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The definition of a romance is a love affair, an idealized love story or a showing of love.
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A decorative article; a knickknack.
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(Greek mythology) One of the many fantastical offspring of Typhon and Echidna, a multi-headed monster represented as vomiting flames. It had the head of a lion, the body of a goat, and a dragon for a tail. Killed by the hero Bellerophon in Lycea.
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An optical illusion in which the image of a distant object, as a ship or an oasis, is made to appear nearby, floating in air, inverted, etc.: it is caused by the refraction of light rays from the object through layers of air having different densities as the result of unequal temperature distributions
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The definition of an apparition is an unusual sight or the shadowy image of someone who has died.
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Alternative spelling of will o' the wisp.
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A fearsome imaginary creature, especially one evoked to frighten children.
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A fantastic notion or vain hope.
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In or of a style of painting, sculpture, etc. in which forms of persons and animals are intermingled as with foliage, flowers, or fruits in a fantastic or bizarre design
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A strong wish or craving
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The definition of a whim is a sudden desire to do something that wasn't planned.
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(Archaic) An odd or sudden fancy; whim
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The act of leaving a dangerous or unpleasant situation.
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The faculty of sight; eyesight.
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Whimsical or fantastic creation
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A myth is defined as a story without an author that is passed along and is usually intended to teach a lesson, or something that is untrue.
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Theme - Science must be related to the story.
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Utopia is an ideal or envisioned place of perfection.
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A legendary island in the Atlantic Ocean west of Gibraltar, said by Plato to have sunk beneath the sea during an earthquake.
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The imaginary land or abode of fairies.
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Chiseled from stone, or shaped from wood, in a garish, crooked, twisted, or slanted sort of way, grotesque.
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The definition of extravagant is being excessive or overdone.
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Showing fancy in construction or design; quaint; odd
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Not classical
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Irrational is defined as lacking reason or understanding.
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Not usual or ordinary; singular; peculiar; strange
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Absurd, or contrary to common sense.
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Surpassing what is normal or usual; extraordinary:
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Existing or occurring outside the normal experience or knowledge of man; not explainable by the known forces or laws of nature; specif., of, involving, or attributed to God or a god
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Weird; mysterious
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Seeing or disposed to see visions
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Autism spectrum disorder, especially a more severe form of the disorder characterized by significant impairments in social interaction and communication, highly repetitive behavior, and strong resistance to change.
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A land in medieval myth, a land of plenty, a land of luxury and idleness.
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Alfred Adler, believed that dreams were a problem solving device.
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The quality of being ethereal.
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An opinion or notion formed without much reflection; an impression.
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Anything that is fantastical.
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A vague or fanciful notion; a feeling or hunch; an impression. [from 17th c.]
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A vague thought
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An extravagant or erratic notion or action:
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An ordinary, often ineffectual person who indulges in fantastic daydreams of personal triumphs.
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To make fantastic:
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Reality; actual existence
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The characteristic of being imaginative.
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1749, Henry Fielding, Tom Jones, Folio Society 1979, p. 15:
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An imaginary scheme not likely to be realized; daydream
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Alternative form of phantasm.
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(Mathematics) A real number.
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Plural form of thought
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Dated form of fantasy.
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To indulge in fantasies.
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To portray in the mind, using fantasy.
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Very strange or unusual, especially in a striking or shocking way.
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Subject to caprices; tending to change abruptly and without apparent reason; erratic; flighty
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Deviating from the norm, as in conduct; odd; unconventional
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A similar arc or band, as one produced by a prism or by iridescence.
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Faith, esp. religious faith
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