from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of phantom.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Alternative spelling of phantom.
- n. Alternative spelling of phantom.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See phantom.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A simplified spelling of phantom.
- n. See phantom.
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We willingly call a fantom our fellow, as knowing we shall soon be of their dark companionship.
So what better way to up the ante and make people even more interested than to create this kind of fantom baby.
· An option to hide the useless "fantom" symbolic links in Vista and Windows 7 has been added.
Also, it problee cauzes fantom pain, juss lyk hyoomins whu looze bodee parts, an it oftin causes arfritis later in lyf, frum teh amputation an frum pawsiblee innerfering wif teh kitteh walking teh way tehy spost tu.
On national security, it kind of worries me that it\'s basically said that Al Qeada is a fantom, and we\'re off wasting time over in the Middle East.
Gevrol and the governor of the prison were right, then, and M. Segmuller and he, Lecoq, were senseless fools, pursuing a fantom.
Society is a tissue of pretense: convention a fleeting fantom.
It was only a chain of fantom towns and cities, made of painted wood and canvas; but while Catharine was there they were very real, seeming to have solid buildings, magnificent arches, bustling industries, and beautiful stretches of fertile country.
At last Colina tried to wave the hideous fantom away.
Faust has been cautioned by his partner not to touch the fantom forms.
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