Origin of phantom
Related formsphan·tom·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for phantomlike
Their thoughts are phantomlike; like shadows, they continually escape their grasp.The Verbalist|Thomas Embly Osmun, (AKA Alfred Ayres)
When we had covered a mile or so of the plain, our phantomlike escort crossed the pass, and came full gallop down the hill.
There came out of the mist a long procession of grey, phantomlike figures, each one leading a pony.
British Dictionary definitions for phantomlike
- an apparition or spectre
- (as modifier)a phantom army marching through the sky