- n. Plural form of phantom.
“The irony, latent in their endeavour, gives them no pause; they are in some way content to pursue what they call phantoms, and to try to satisfy their thirst with the waters of a mirage.”
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“Before drawing this line, you are oppressed by the vain phantoms of materialism; doubt overwhelms you; but the separation once made, the phantoms vanish, darkness is dispelled, and the consoling truth appears!”
“In the title piece of Steven Millhauser's collection of new and selected stories, "We Others" Knopf, 387 pages, $27.95 , the "we" refers to phantoms who infiltrate picket-fenced suburbia—becoming "the companions of lawn mowers in toolsheds, of gas grills beside tarp-covered woodpiles"—and who try in vain to join the lives of the people who live there.”
“To be fair, I have never spoken to one of these people as they leave so early and arrive so late that they are known as the phantoms of the Camino.”
“The same processes of fixation apply equally well to galvanic phantoms, that is to say, to the galvanic fields produced by the passage of a current in a conductor, and which consists of analogous lines of force.”
“I had located the direction in which one of the so-called phantoms had fled.”
“His head was aching from a bump against the edge of a step, and his cold was much worse; no wonder, said my mother; but she was always softened by any ailment, and feared that the phantoms were the effect of coming illness.”
“phantoms' -- this was the accepted word -- and, having received a promise, turned and left my humble roof without the shadow of a salutation.”
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