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- n. something existing solely in the imagination (but often mistaken for reality)
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I’d been living in a fantasy world all my life, and I can remember being thrilled when I read Starring Sally J.
With the roar of the outboard gone everything suddenly seemed preternatu-rally still, an illusion of serenity, as if by crossing over the underwater threshold they had entered a fantasy world of ice, had become one with the towering crystal palaces that surrounded them.
To Steven Minichiello: For keeping living in a fantasy world alive.
She viewed the Hegemony and the worldweb the way a child would view the fantasy world of a pleasant but rather silly myth; there was an indifference there that almost drove me mad at times.