[ US /ˈfænəˌsaɪz, ˈfæntəˌsaɪz/ ]
  1. portray in the mind
    he is fantasizing the ideal wife
  2. indulge in fantasies
    he is fantasizing when he says he plans to start his own company
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How To Use fantasize In A Sentence

  • She sometimes fantasized about getting him to make love to her, but Galatea never really liked her godlike creator, Pygmalion.
  • When I tell fantasizers they will not remember anything about hypnosis after exiting a trance, they sometimes do, anyway.
  • I fantasized about wearing cool clothes and carrying neat gadgets and weapons.
  • Ducksnorts: One guy we kind of fantasized about for center field over the winter before you dumped Jim Edmonds on us was Brian Barton. Series Preview: Larry Borowsky Talks Cardinals
  • My mother certainly dreamed of something similar and openly fantasised about which one of the children she could have adopted in order to make room for nine feet of MFI'd speckled faux-granite laminate and four tall stools, on which she could perch breakfasting on peach Ski yoghurt, drinking Mellow Bird's with Carnation evaporated milk and being, in a lot of ways like Heather Locklear from Dynasty, but living in Currock, Carlisle. How Britain fell in love with breakfast
  • It was a stunning enantiodromia the likes of which I couldn't have fantasized in my most wine-fueled delusions. Rex Pickett: The Sideways Publishing Saga -- Part III: Whiplash; Dismay!
  • Tracy Quan, author of Diary of a Jetsetting Call Girl, and a member of Prostitutes of New York, said: People outside the industry fantasise about prostitution, and their fantasy includes freedom from normal responsibilities. Nevada’s Failed $5 Tax on Prostitution « Bound, Not Gagged
  • You can fantasize to your heart's content, but you'll probably never really know what it'd be like if you and Dream Boy got together.
  • In a society where justice means something, people are punished for what they have done, not for what they might do - or even fantasise about doing - in the future.
  • Her husband died in 1967, although she fantasised that he was still alive.
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