Equally divided consensus says: a figment of her imagination, or Simple Minds frontman Jim Kerr.
Despite aural evidence to the contrary, Mr. Bhatt, however, insisted the noise was a figment of my imagination.
But it turns out The Furies of Maidan is not a figment of his imagination.
I have just recalled the figment of Flammarion, that of the man going quicker than light, for whom time changes sign.
There is no permanent wise man except in the figment of the Stoics.
That Indian is the figment of a fevered artist brain in a New York studio.
The starting-point, the nebula, is no figment of the scientific imagination.
The individual in isolation is a figment of man's mind, and so is art in isolation.
Maybe all this about being an FBI agent was just a figment of his imagination.
It was no longer a figment of his imagination, a creature of dreams that advanced to meet Vanamee.