fantasy world

  1. something existing solely in the imagination (but often mistaken for reality)
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How To Use fantasy world In A Sentence

  • Swiftly they build up a relationship of complete trust and love, a fantasy world such as children fashion--full of secrets, promises, and bounteousness to come.
  • My son seems to live in a fantasy world sometimes.
  • You should hear those pious warmongers curse a blue streak a parsec wide! live in a fantasy world if you must perhaps you should save your indignation for * actual warcrimes & corruption*, not pouting that language doesn't live up to your fantastical expectations? garsh diddily darn, if there aren't people who think the RAPE of the World & its international citizenry by the United States InvestorClass is somehow the * LESSER CRIME* than the language of allegory … ah, but there we have censorship: where whinging is their only art form & only means to exert influence over others.
  • A typical puritanic wanker of the new political elite, living in a fantasy world of their own making, concerned with their own pet causes that have no relevance to the lives of ordinary people. Crass stupidity.
  • There she seeks solace in a fantasy world of swans. Times, Sunday Times
  • I a blond bimbo girl, in a fantasy world.
  • There she seeks solace in a fantasy world of swans. Times, Sunday Times
  • The plot, as such, is often just an excuse to bimble about the fantasy world. The Joy of Cartography « It Doesn't Have To Be Right…
  • As a child, she frequently withdrew into her own fantasy world.
  • First, there's an intriguing story, with a fantasy world split between humans and inhumans, and two interweaving plot lines that slip between the pastoral realms of the former and the harsh shadowlands of the latter.
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