Origin of phantasmagoria
Related formsphan·tas·ma·go·ri·al, phan·tas·ma·gor·ic [fan-taz-muh-gawr-ik, -gor-] /fænˌtæz məˈgɔr ɪk, -ˈgɒr-/, phan·tas·ma·go·ri·an, adjectivephan·tas·ma·gor·ist, noun
Examples from the Web for phantasmagoria
It is one of those memories that enter into the phantasmagoria of the night.The Wasted Generation|Owen Johnson
It is the nearest approach to phantasmagoria that I have yet seen in real life.A Frenchman in America|Max O'Rell
They know them well as accidents in the phantasmagoria of New York but they do not comprehend them in the least.The Salamander|Owen Johnson
Swiftly, now, reality was asserting itself and banishing the phantasmagoria conjured up by chandu.Dope|Sax Rohmer
It was like the phantasmagoria of delirium, utterly impalpable, but yet intensely real.