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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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They release the fantasticality which is laid under such heavy burdens in the novels.
Why aren't more people talking about the fantasticality that is Hustle?
None have blogged on The Unapologetic Mexican, but hey, there's talent, and then there's plain ole fantasticality.
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.
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.
It would be funny if Carvalho's fantasticality was crowned with success!
On the one hand, wilfulness and fantasticality are avoided, and on the other, prose and flatness.
Frédérics great force was his extravagance, his fantasticality; and the stage of the Rue de Richelieu was a trifle too academic.
No affectation, fantasticality or distortion dwelt in him; no shadow of cant.
"Yes," replied the dead voice of the woman without an inflection to suggest that she felt the fantasticality of her statement.