Definition of Fantasised

1. Verb. (past of fantasise) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fantasised

1. fantasise [v] - See also: fantasise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fantasised

fantabulously
fantad
fantads
fantail
fantailed
fantails
fantan
fantard
fantards
fantasia
fantasias
fantasie
fantasied
fantasies
fantasise
fantasised (current term)
fantasiser
fantasisers
fantasises
fantasising
fantasist
fantasists
fantasize
fantasized
fantasizer
fantasizers
fantasizes
fantasizing
fantasm
fantasmal

Literary usage of Fantasised

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1. The Musical World (1866)
"... (omitted elsewhere), and has made on the whole a piece as spirited as it is brief. In his second he has fantasised the unison prelude (why " melodie ..."

2. The Protest Ethic: How the Anti-globalisation Movement Challenges Social by John Lloyd (2001)
"The terrorism displayed in New York and Washington was often fantasised, but there is little evidence that most who proclaimed anti-Americanism actually ..."

3. Reflective Practice: Psychodynamic Ideas in the Community by Leslie Swartz, Kerry Gibson, Tamara Gelman (2002)
"Members fantasised that he would want to return to the home as he felt safe there, but on the other hand that institutionalisation was destructive to his ..."

4. 54 by Wu Ming (2005)
"... and the lounge ban millionaires with their passion for sailing; in spite of that, when he fantasised about the place where he would spend his last years ..."

5. Monarchies: What Are Kings and Queens For? by Tom Bentley, James Wilsdon (2002)
"It revealed that the mythological weight of a fantasised past still exerts an enormous emotional pull for those reluctant to address the complexities of the ..."

6. Time and Fateby Lance Price by Lance Price (2005)
"Nothing had prepared him for the discovery that the mother he'd so often fantasised about was a woman he'd seen a thousand times already on the television. ..."

7. Secreted Desires: The Major Uranians by Michael Matthew Kaylor (2006)
"... 'brass-bold' boy, the one from 'The Bugler's First Communion', Hopkins seems to have fantasised about a moment of passionate reciprocity with the boy. ..."

8. Self-Organizing Men: Conscious Masculinities in Time and Space by Jay Sennett (2006)
"If I have merely fantasised my transgressions, but Max acts his out, does that make me better than him? Ultimately, assuming queer male-to-male sex will ..."

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