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  • n. Plural form of fantasizer.


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  • A week later, when asked several questions that explored their "mastery of everyday challenges," the non-fantasizers gave themselves a 6.57 on a seven-point scale for their real-world results, while the fantasizers graded themselves only 5.74.

    Week in Ideas: Christopher Shea

  • Now it's a ruined wasteland of dregs masquerading as programming: coarse reality shows, endless pharma ads, grade D movies, and of course that staple, Fox fantasizers.

    Alison Rose Levy: Connecting the Dots: Saving PBS, NPR, the Internet, and Yes! Democracy

  • Then we can get this country back on track by totally discrediting these foolish fantasizers.

    Think Progress » Did Libby Obstruct Justice?

  • This is the culture of otaku, literally "your home," but used to describe the millions of nerdish fantasizers living inside their own heads, filled with the mental detritus of comic strips and computer games.

    Virtual Violence

  • I would point this out -- quickly, that there is a book that many people who are sensational crime fantasizers, author Andrew McDonald, Timothy McVeigh, the Turner Diaries.

    CNN Transcript Oct 18, 2002

  • I ran into no predators, no abusers, no fantasizers, no ignoramuses who knew as little or less than I did but who set themselves up as experts.

    Defining The BDSM Life Style: The Essential Prerequisite

  • Judge Adams agreed with the lawyer who claimed all children are "fantasizers" and their testimony should be ignored.

    Crooks and Liars

  • "Judge Adams agreed with the lawyer who claimed all children are "fantasizers" and their testimony should be ignored." never allow my children or grandchildren to be beaten like animals at the hands of a viscious animal like this judge.

    Crooks and Liars


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