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fantasied

[ fan-tuh-seed ]
/ ˈfæn tə sid /
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adjective

conceived of in or as a fantasy; imagined; storied.
dreamt of or hoped for; longingly imagined; fancied: a fantasied career as a fashion model.
Obsolete. filled with fantasy or fancy; imaginative or whimsical.

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Origin of fantasied

First recorded in 1555–65; fantasy + -ed2, -ed3
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  • In this sort that fayre Wydow and young Princesse fantasied in the night vppon the discourse of hir appetites.

    The Palace of Pleasure|William Painter
  • Meanwhile Mr. Dupont was conducting himself after his usual fantasied fashion.

    For the Major|Constance Fenimore Woolson
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