Definition of Phantasmata

1. Noun. (plural of phantasma) ¹



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Definition of Phantasmata

1. phantasma [n] - See also: phantasma

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phantasmata

phantasizes
phantasm
phantasma
phantasmagoria
phantasmagorial
phantasmagorian
phantasmagorias
phantasmagoric
phantasmagorical
phantasmagorically
phantasmagories
phantasmagory
phantasmal
phantasmascope
phantasmascopes
phantasmata (current term)
phantasmatical
phantasmatography
phantasmatomoria
phantasmic
phantasmically
phantasmology
phantasmophobia
phantasmoscopia
phantasms
phantast
phantastic
phantastical
phantasticall
phantastically

Literary usage of Phantasmata

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1. The Irish Quarterly Review (1857)
"phantasmata, or Illusions and Fanaticisms of Protean Form*, Productive of Great Evils. By RR Madden, FRCS, Eng., MRIA, &c., &c. Author of "Travels in the ..."

2. First Principles in Politics by William Samuel Lilly (1899)
"The images presented to our intellect by the eye, the ear, the touch—Aristotle and the schoolmen after him called them phantasmata—are the direct results of ..."

3. A History of Philosophy: From Thales to the Present Time by Friedrich Ueberweg, Noah Porter, Vincenzo Botta (1872)
"79): Intellectus agens facit phantasmata a sen-tibus accepta ... nisi convertendo se ad phantasmata. Et hoc duobus indiciis apparel. ..."

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