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- n. Plural form of phantasmagory.
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But, surely, it was a bad bargain to accept such vague phantasmagories.
“The phantasmagories of more prodigal and wild imaginations have mingled with the product of Israel's austere spirit.”
In this wise was brought about the eventful ride which cost the life of Lucifer, and introduced such heart-stirring phantasmagories into the even tenor of Sir Adrian Landale's seclusion.
"The phantasmagories of more prodigal and wild imaginations have mingled with the product of Israel's austere spirit."
All these things, realities full of spectres, phantasmagories full of realities, had eventually created for him a sort of interior state which is almost indescribable.
Certain slang phrases which participate in the two epochs and have at once the barbaric character and the metaphorical character resemble phantasmagories.
Dim visions and phantasmagories gathered from the Books of Horace Walpole, Memoirs of Bubb Doddington,