- pertaining to or characterized by hallucination: hallucinatory visions.
Origin of hallucinatory
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Examples from the Web for hallucinatory
“I lay curled up in a hallucinatory state for the next eight hours,” Dowd wrote in the column.Maureen Dowd: ‘I Love’ Pot Billboard Using My Image, Will Use It for Christmas Card
September 17, 2014
I barely made it to my couch, where I lay curled up in a hallucinatory state for the next eight minutes.Smoke ‘Em If You Got A Good Story About ‘Em
June 6, 2014
The leftist Peace Now lobby referred to it as hallucinatory.The Rise of Naftali Bennett
January 17, 2013
She then won an Oscar… in a hallucinatory vision during the illness, leading her to pursue a career in acting.Rebel Wilson’s 12 Funniest Moments (Video)
October 15, 2012
Another aspect of the book is a certain degree of hallucinatory imagery, influenced by how Junger spent the 1950s.A P.S. on Ernst Jünger
July 23, 2012
She had insight into the hallucinatory nature of these visions.Benign Stupors
There are no hallucinatory phases in the conditions or causes.Visual Illusions
Or again, the sounds may be hallucinatory and only some mortals may have the power of hearing them.
It seems to have been hallucinatory, otherwise all would have shared the experience.
The first wish must have been an hallucinatory occupation of the memory for gratification.Dream Psychology
Word Origin and History for hallucinatory
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Of or characterized by hallucination.
- Inducing or causing hallucination.
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