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  • n. Plural form of hallucination.

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Examples

  • So in hallucinations, auditory hallucinations, even though we've shown that there are subtle abnormalities of the hearing brain but not deafness as such, the evidence is that those base line abnormalities actually give rise to spontaneous eruptions within the dysfunctional hearing brain that then gives rise to this experience of hearing voices.

    Boing Boing: July 23, 2006 - July 29, 2006 Archives

  • Shamans were people who could see visions and go on journeys that we now label hallucinations and schizophrenia.

    Dogwood Tales

  • And you have to understand, in -- in Latin, the word hallucinations means wanderings.

    CNN Transcript Dec 7, 2005

  • The effects of starvation and torture frequently resulted in hallucinations and extreme disorientation.

    Tadios, Leonard M.

  • The same critics who blamed his trilogy for being too long have cavilled at the rapid pace of the short tale Pojdzmy za nim (1892) [Let Us Follow Him], a simple sketch that paints with great poetic beauty how the countess Antea, ill and suffering from painful and dangerous hallucinations, is cured by the dying and resurrected Saviour.

    Nobel Prize in Literature 1905 - Presentation Speech

  • The disorientation engendered by the experience of hallucinations is another tool in David Lynch’s armoury.

    Boing Boing

  • What the hell do the repugs do all weekend – sit around doing acid, and coming out on Monday morning to let everyone know what their hallucinations were all about?

    Think Progress » Virginia lawmaker: Children with disabilities are God’s punishment to women who previously had abortions.

  • Other days, he felt like a hallucinations might be a better thing.

    And then she was gone

  • GUPTA: The hallucinations were a rare symptom of sleep paralysis, a common disorder in which the mind is partly awake, while the body is still caught in the dreaming stage of sleep, called REM sleep.

    CNN Transcript Feb 17, 2007

  • GUPTA: The hallucinations were a rare symptom of sleep paralysis, a common disorder in which the mind is partly awake while the body is still caught in REM sleep.

    CNN Transcript May 19, 2006

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  • He mentions at the end of the video that he, in addition to being nearly blind, has tinnitus. Maybe that explains his slight trouble with the letter "R"...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the video, by the way. My grandmother experienced those hallucinations at the end of her life. She went blind from macular degeneration.

    January 24, 2010

  • Among other things the Rs sound fudded (or bilabialized) to me, his realization of /ə/ at the end of words like “here” goes into the direction of ɐ and /æ/ seems a bit closer than I’d expect.

    January 24, 2010

  • It doesn't sound that odd...in fact, it's nicely refined.

    January 23, 2010

  • Wow, what is this accent? Is that common in London?

    January 23, 2010