verb (used without object), fan·ta·sized, fan·ta·siz·ing.
verb (used with object), fan·ta·sized, fan·ta·siz·ing.
Origin of fantasize
Related Words for fantasizehallucinate, daydream, envision, invent, moon, romance, imagine, woolgather
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Contemporary Examples of fantasize
I fantasize about guys on TV but they usually aren't getting naked for me (unless I'm lucky).What Porn Stars Find Sexy on TV: From ‘Game of Thrones’ to ‘Deadliest Catch’
September 20, 2014
Do people not fantasize about countless things every day that they never do?Deep Thoughts from War Machine's Sexist, Racist Prison Blog
August 21, 2014
I used to fantasize about emptying his Smirnoff bottle in the kitchen sink and filling it back up with water.Almost Famous: A Father's Day Story
June 15, 2014
You fantasize about the day the child is returned to you, how you would make good on all of your previous failings.Real Thrills And High Art In A Poignant Page-Turner Of A Novel
May 16, 2014
Like most women, I fantasize about chopping my hair off, so I was excited to do those episodes.Mindy Kaling on How ‘The Mindy Project’ Became Legitimately Great
September 17, 2013