fantasticality love

Definitions

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  • n. The quality of being fantastical.
  • n. Anything that is fantastical.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Fantastically.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Fantasticalness.
  • n. Something fantastic.

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Examples

  • They release the fantasticality which is laid under such heavy burdens in the novels.

    The Death of the Moth, and other essays

  • Why aren't more people talking about the fantasticality that is Hustle?

    Not that I have anyone in mind, but still...

  • None have blogged on The Unapologetic Mexican, but hey, there's talent, and then there's plain ole fantasticality.

    MTV Street Team '08 Reports on Super Tuesday

  • In The Chymical Marriage of Christian Rosencreutz, that extraordinary document of what is called "Rosicrucianism" -- a symbolic romance of considerable ability, whoever its author was,147 -- an attempt is made to weld the two sets of symbols -- the one of marriage, the other of death and resurrection unto glory -- into one allegorical narrative; and it is to this fusion of seemingly disparate concepts that much of its fantasticality is due.

    Bygone Beliefs

  • There were platters garnished with flowers and herbs, and containing roast turkeys and baked hams, jellied meats and game in aspic, puddings and tarts and frosted cakes -- every kind of food-fantasticality imaginable.

    The Metropolis

  • It would be funny if Carvalho's fantasticality was crowned with success!

    The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters

  • On the one hand, wilfulness and fantasticality are avoided, and on the other, prose and flatness.

    Criticisms and Interpretations. II. From “The Nation”

  • Frédéric’s great force was his extravagance, his fantasticality; and the stage of the Rue de Richelieu was a trifle too academic.

    The Théâtre Francais

  • No affectation, fantasticality or distortion dwelt in him; no shadow of cant.

    Paras. 1-24

  • "Yes," replied the dead voice of the woman without an inflection to suggest that she felt the fantasticality of her statement.

    The Club of Queer Trades

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