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  • n. someone who indulges themselves in fantasies


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From fantasize +‎ -er


  • Obama already has the “gullible fantasizer” votes locked up.

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  • Or the masturbatory fantasizer who believes himself to be a great lover.

    The Road to Hell

  • It's fascinating thinking for a fantasizer like me.

    Living in the NOW

  • Visiting her, not in reverie or fantasy—I have never been a great fantasizer no need of it—and not even in those unprotected moments between waking and dream, but as one might visit a sick person in hospital, not always certain which is the reality—the world of the healthy, or the world of the dying.

    Kalooki Nights

  • HERSH: You know, when I did Abu Ghraib, the same kind of stuff was thrown at me, that I'm fantasizing, I'm a fantasizer, and I'll just put, you know -- I'm not writing from some off the wall weekly.

    CNN Transcript Aug 13, 2006

  • Yes, even though she wasn't a fantasizer, she could see that he had a certain ... something.

    Sully's Kids

  • A middle-class Cuban with dreams of glory, Polo appeared to be many things to many people, from family man to philanderer, from elegant boulevardier to preposterous phony, from fantasizer to fuckup of the American Dream.

    The Fall of Roberto Polo

  • The other side that has your Obama name on it, you can add fantasizer.

    Alex Jones' Prison

  • Like clinical psychopaths, Obama is a fantasizer with no regard for the truth at all.

    Stop The ACLU

  • Since my teenage I have been a day-dreamer / fantasizer and laugh in myself.

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