- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hallucinate.
“March 5th, 2010 at 6: 18 pm the meaning of the legal phrase that Anthony hallucinates is relevant to John Judis”
“It’s not about the unspoken implication, the meaning of the legal phrase that Anthony hallucinates is relevant to John Judis making a prediction with a couple contingencies about the elections in November, nor my observation that MattY’s distaste for predictions is a kind of dodge that is typical of political science.”
“It gets even worse as Mima's descent toward insanity begins to mess with her mind when she "hallucinates" about her alter-ego, the virginal pop-idol sensation who makes her presence known at the worst moments when Mima's self-worth is already being crushed by the poor choices she's made in order to be accepted by the public as a "real" actress.”
“This is fitting because when Duke/Thompson hallucinates he sees lizards, in keeping with the artwork of the book, keeping with the Ralph Steadman look.”
“Ms. Manning hallucinates a nightmarish dreamscape where she flees a dark presence again and again only to end up on a cliff's edge and is cast off by an invisible force.”
“Basically, she lies or hallucinates - whichever floats her boat on any particular day.”
“Anthony has trouble with the idea that somebody is actually saying what they meant, rather than what he hallucinates they meant.”
“In his exhaustion, Tom hallucinates Don's coming back to work to save the day.”
“SS: Then Samantha -- instead of seeing a waterfall or whatever -- hallucinates a Saks Fifth Avenue outlet.”
“Tarantino-esque moments include a graphic black-and-white scene in which Nick hallucinates that he is being diced up by colleagues—doctor Al Robbins and coroner "Super Dave" Phillips.”
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