[ UK /fˈɑːntɐsˌɪst/ ]
  1. a creator of fantasies
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How To Use fantasist In A Sentence

  • Economists are exposed by climatologists as utopian fantasists, the leaders of a millenarian cult as mad as, and far more dangerous than, any religious fundamentalism.
  • This is a collaboration between three incredibly talented fantasists, two of whom have done so much work together that they clearly are in nigh-psychic communication with one another. Boing Boing: September 25, 2005 - October 1, 2005 Archives
  • The company's spokesman has said sorry for suggesting the deceased man was a Walter Mitty fantasist.
  • He was effectively found guilty, not of being a terrorist, but of being a fantasist.
  • Besides that, the effect for which the high fantasist is reaching is largely a subjective one gauged by the reader’s disposition, preconceived notions, and attitude at the time of reading. Archive 2007-05-01
  • He is just a fantasist and these absurd stories shouldn't be given any credibility.
  • It also turns out that Serres, the author of Nicoll's main corroborative source (the biography of Wilmot) was a forger and fantasist. "Contested Will"
  • There are continuing doubts about the reliability of his confession, and widespread suggestions that he might be a mentally ill fantasist.
  • I am known as a fantasist primarily; "The Next Queen of Heaven" is a sort of farce about millennial anxiety and the possible Second Coming of Christ in 1999. The New Yorker
  • For the paranoid fantasists amongst us there's a fair to middling chance that he didn't even leave continental USA.
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