phantasia

[ făn-tāzhə ]

n.

fantasy
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Examples from the Web for phantasia

  • But Miss Phantasia appeared to share my delight no more than my sympathy.

    Anno Domini 2071|Pieter Harting
  • Whatever causes these phantasms, it is not the kind of phantasia which is consciously exercised by the poet.

    Alfred Tennyson|Andrew Lang
  • That Miss Phantasia was earnest in her conviction was evinced by the unusual warmth with which she had spoken.

    Anno Domini 2071|Pieter Harting