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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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RELATED WORDS

envision, figure, devise, frame, fancy, fantasy, envisage, visualize, create, feature, scheme, image, picture, form, perceive, depict, fantasize, plan, spark, realize

Nearby words

fantabulous, fantail, fantail darter, fantail goldfish, fantasia, fantasied, fantasise, fantasist, fantasize, fantasm, fantasmagoria

Origin of fantasied

First recorded in 1555–65; fantasy + -ed2, -ed3

Definition for fantasied (2 of 2)

fantasy

[ fan-tuh-see, -zee ]
/ ˈfæn tə si, -zi /

noun, plural fan·ta·sies.

adjective

noting or relating to any of various games or leagues in which fans assemble players of a professional sport into imaginary teams, and points are scored based on the performance of these players in real games: fantasy football; fantasy sports.

verb (used with or without object), fan·ta·sied, fan·ta·sy·ing.

to form mental images; imagine; fantasize.
Rare. to write or play fantasias.
Sometimes phan·ta·sy.

Origin of fantasy

1275–1325; Middle English fantasie imaginative faculty, mental image (< Anglo-French, Old French) < Latin phantasia < Greek phantasía an idea, notion, image, literally, a making visible; see fantastic, -y3
SYNONYMS FOR fantasy
1 See fancy.
Related formsnon·fan·ta·sy, noun, plural non·fan·ta·sies.
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for fantasied

  • 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

British Dictionary definitions for fantasied

fantasy

phantasy

/ (ˈfæntəsɪ) /

noun plural -sies

verb -sies, -sying or -sied

a less common word for fantasize

Word Origin for fantasy

C14 fantasie, from Latin phantasia, from Greek phantazein to make visible
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012

Word Origin and History for fantasied

fantasy


n.

early 14c., "illusory appearance," from Old French fantaisie (14c.) "vision, imagination," from Latin phantasia, from Greek phantasia "appearance, image, perception, imagination," from phantazesthai "picture to oneself," from phantos "visible," from phainesthai "appear," in late Greek "to imagine, have visions," related to phaos, phos "light," phainein "to show, to bring to light" (see phantasm). Sense of "whimsical notion, illusion" is pre-1400, followed by that of "imagination," which is first attested 1530s. Sense of "day-dream based on desires" is from 1926.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Medicine definitions for fantasied

fantasy

[ făntə-sē, -zē ]

n.

Imagery that is more or less coherent, as in dreams and daydreams, yet unrestricted by reality.phantasia
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