fantasynoun [ C or U ]uk /ˈfæn.tə.si/ us /ˈfæn.tə.si/
- Halfway through the film reality evaporates and we enter a world of pure fantasy.
- As a child, she frequently withdrew into her own fantasy world.
- His latest film has been condemned as the priapic fantasies of an old man.
- In the psychotherapy group, patients were free to play out their fantasies.
- The result is a decidedly mixed bag of campy humor, wild-eyed fantasy and high-tech special effects.
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