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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of the nature of a phantom; phantomatic. Also phantomical.

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  • These most inner images, the ones that come to you in the privacy of sleep, in the unguardedness of lying down and from your psychic midst—this phantomic caravan of images generated by you and you alone aren’t just bizarre to those you might report them to, they’re unintelligible even to you, their author.

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  • It is a queer enterprise - this attempt to determine the nature of something consisting of phantomic phases.

    - Nabokov, Ada, or Ardor

    June 5, 2008