from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • As a phantom; in a spectral form or manner. Also fantasmally.


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  • Again, you saw the top of a cab bowling along, but no horse: phantasmally.

    The Voice in the Fog

  • There, indeed, the season seems to have returned, and in the boxes of the playhouses and the stalls fashion phantasmally revisits one of the scenes of its summer joy.

    London Films

  • I passed the first at a distance of a quarter of a mile; it slided by phantasmally, and another stole out right ahead.

    The Frozen Pirate

  • Catholics, and the Rev. P---- H---- having been one of the principal witnesses, as well as having himself appeared phantasmally in the house, it was considered desirable to obtain the assistance of some clergy of that communion.

    The Alleged Haunting of B—— House


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