from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • transitive v. To make fantastic: "[his] splendidly baroque style adorns and fantasticates his thought” ( New York Times).


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  • At the risk of seeming to fantasticate I confess that the Pope's having built the viaduct -- in this very recent antiquity -- made me linger there in a pensive posture and marvel at the march of history and at Pius the

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  • Hode: Lord, please fantasticate this meal of which we are about to partake.

    Clevis: Hank, You know you caint fantasticate grits any more than they already are.

    January 16, 2013