from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of the nature of phantasms; phantasmal.


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  • And out of the phantasmalian group of objects there grew a single slim, well-remembered figure in red, to dazzle him with her strange, unexpected beauty, and to soothe him with an unspoken faith that began then and had not yet faltered in her lovely eyes.

    The Rose in the Ring

  • They brood over and revolve it -- the idea grows up, a horrid phantasmalian monomania; and all of a sudden, in a hundred different places, the one seed sown by the leaden types springs up into foul flowering.

    Night and Morning, Complete


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