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phantasy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishphantasyphan‧ta‧sy /ˈfæntəsi/ noun 🔊 🔊 x-refan old spelling of fantasy
Examples from the Corpus
phantasyDaemons are forbidden effluvia of the human phantasy, turned sick and evil.In any particular organization individuals bring in these anxieties from their inner, phantasy worlds.These inner phantasies are projected into the external reality which is then re-incorporated as objective reality.Of course these constructions are never just phantasies.Remarkably enough, female Druids, not documented before, prevailed in these late phantasies.There was a marked sadness in articulating this phantasy because it was a shared phantasy about people being together at work.
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