American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Quaint or strange in form, conception, or appearance.
- adj. Unrestrainedly fanciful; extravagant: fantastic hopes.
- adj. Bizarre, as in form or appearance; strange: fantastic attire; fantastic behavior.
- adj. Based on or existing only in fantasy; unreal: fantastic ideas about her own superiority.
- adj. Wonderful or superb; remarkable: a fantastic trip to Europe.
- n. An eccentric person.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of the nature of a phantom or fantasy; produced or existing only in imagination; imaginary; not real.
- Due to fantasy or whim; arising from or caused by caprice; groundless; illusive.
- Morbidly or grotesquely fanciful; manifesting a disordered imagination; chimerical.
- Suggestive of fantasies through oddness of figure, action, or appearance, or through an air of unreality; whimsically formed or shaped; grotesque.
- Controlled by fantasy; indulging the vagaries of imagination; capricious: as, fantastic minds; a fantastic mistress.
- Synonyms Grotesque, etc. (see fanciful); odd, qneer, strange, freakish, quaint.
- n. One who acts fantastically or ridiculously; a grotesque. Sometimes used in the plural of a company of persons grotesquely dressed, and acting or parading in a ludicrous way, for amusement.
- adj. Existing in or constructed from fantasy; of or relating to fantasy; fanciful.
- adj. Not believable; implausible; seemingly only possible in fantasy.
- adj. Wonderful; marvelous; excellent; extraordinarily good or great (used especially as an intensifier).
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Existing only in imagination; fanciful; imaginary; not real; chimerical.
- adj. Having the nature of a phantom; unreal.
- adj. Indulging the vagaries of imagination; whimsical; full of absurd fancies; capricious.
- adj. Resembling fantasies in irregularity, caprice, or eccentricity; irregular; oddly shaped; grotesque.
- n. A person given to fantastic dress, manners, etc.; an eccentric person; a fop.
- adj. existing in fancy only
- adj. ludicrously odd
- adj. fanciful and unrealistic; foolish.
- adj. extraordinarily good or great ; used especially as intensifiers
- adj. extravagantly fanciful in design, construction, appearance
- fantasy + -ic (Wiktionary)
- Middle English fantastik, imagined, from Old French fantastique, from Late Latin phantasticus, imaginary, from Greek phantastikos, able to create mental images, from phantazesthai, to appear; see fantasy. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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“In intrusion fantasy the fantastic is the bringer of chaos.”
“But Mr. Smith, who earns about $90,000 a year working in new-business development for a manufacturing company, has what he calls "fantastic" medical insurance through his job.”
“SNOW: After the White House, President Bush wants to build what he calls a fantastic freedom institute in Dallas.”
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“Admirers of the statue call it "fantastic" and say it "has a very strong provocative message.”
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