Definition of Fantastics
1. fantastic [n] - See also: fantastic
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fantastics
Literary usage of Fantastics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of American Literature During the Colonial Period, 1607-1765 by Moses Coit Tyler (1878)
"Nicholas Noyes, the last and greatest of our Fantastics—His fine personal career—The monstrosities of his muse—Prefatory poem on the " Magnalia "—Line's on ..."
2. A History of American Literature During the Colonial Time by Moses Coit Tyler (1878)
"... of history, of natural philosophy—Assault on Aristotle—The place of Cotton Mather in American literature—The last of the Fantastics in prose—Traits of ..."
3. A History of Presbyterianism in New England: Its Introduction, Growth, Decay by Alexander Blaikie (1881)
"And we reject the fantastics and heretics who are not willing to receive such signs and tokens, since our Lord Jesus pronounced, "This is my body, ..."
4. Rambles Among Words: Their Poetry, History and Wisdom by William Swinton (1864)
"FANCIES AND Fantastics. "The same old love of laughing in this beautiful mad-house of Earth. ... Fantastics."
5. Sketches of the History of the Town of Camden, Maine: Including Incidental by John Lymburner Locke (1859)
"... Military Affairs — Companies called out — Appear dressed as Fantastics — Futile balloting for officers — The finale—The democratic gun —Another military ..."