phantastically love

Definitions

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  • adv. Dated form of fantastically.

Etymologies

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phantastic +‎ -ally

Examples

  • Puttenham writes that the poet resembles God “who without any trauell to his diuene imagination, made all the world of nought, nor also by any paterne or mould as the Platonists with their Ideas do phantastically suppose.”

    CREATIVITY IN ART

  • They are the very ones which would do so in a dream, but are differentiated from the occurrences in the dream in the sense that these last enter phantastically dressed, while the first express themselves with the mental affects belonging to them, precisely as they were lived through.

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology

  • In him the simplicity of a normal existence had been phantastically twisted into complication.

    Wolf Breed

  • Such as (by way of resemblance and reuerently) we may say of God: who without any trauell to his diuine imagination, made all the world of nought, nor also by any paterne or mould as the Platonicks with their Ideas do phantastically suppose.

    The Arte of English Poesie

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