Definition for fantom (2 of 2)
Origin of phantom
Related formsphan·tom·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for fantom
Mr. Fantom believed, not in proportion to the strength of the evidence, but to the impudence of the assertion.
When they sat down, Mr. Fantom was not a little out of humor to see his table in some disorder.
"I see plain enough what it is," said Mr. Fantom, sitting down again without the least emotion.
Mr. Fantom coolly replied, "that the impertinent retort of a drunken footman could not spoil a system."
The instant he opened the parlor door he eagerly cried out, "Where is the poor woman, Mr. Fantom?"
British Dictionary definitions for fantom (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for fantom (2 of 2)
- an apparition or spectre
- (as modifier)a phantom army marching through the sky