Definition of Fantast

1. Noun. Someone who predicts the future.

Exact synonyms: Futurist
Generic synonyms: Illusionist, Seer, Visionary
Derivative terms: Futurism



Definition of Fantast

1. n. One whose manners or ideas are fantastic.

Definition of Fantast

1. Noun. (obsolete) One whose manners or ideas are fantastic and fanciful. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fantast

1. an impractical person [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fantast

fantasiser
fantasisers
fantasises
fantasising
fantasist
fantasists
fantasize
fantasized
fantasizer
fantasizers
fantasizes
fantasizing
fantasm
fantasmal
fantasms
fantast (current term)
fantastic
fantastical
fantasticalities
fantasticality
fantastically
fantasticalness
fantasticate
fantasticated
fantasticates
fantasticating
fantastication
fantastications
fantasticism
fantasticisms

Literary usage of Fantast

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1. Some Account of the English Stage: From the Restoration in 1660 to 1830 by John Genest (1832)
"... a periwig- maker, as a French Count—Mrs. fantast falls in love with him — she discards Sir Humphrey and Trim— the latter of whom had been much in her ..."

2. The Learned Lady in England, 1650-1760 by Myra Reynolds (1920)
"The central action, the joke played on the fantast ladies in imposing on them a barber ... But Lady fantast and her daughter have their direct 4^estry in ..."

3. The Influence of Molière on Restoration Comedy by Dudley Howe Miles (1910)
"seek his beloved, conceives the idea of passing off his peruke-maker as a count on two rustic blue-stockings, Lady fantast and her daughter, not because he ..."

4. Main Currents in Nineteenth, Century Literature by Georg Morris Cohen Brandes (1906)
"Besides plays, now unreadable, he wrote two long novels and a number of short tales, which all bear witness to the fantast in him. The epithet " fantast" ..."

5. Representative English Comedies: With Introductory Essays and Notes, an by Charles Mills Gayley, Alwin Thaler (1903)
"fantast. I faith, Gammer, a tale of an howre long were as good as an ... fantast. No better hay in Devonshire,3 a my word, Gammer, He be one of your ..."

6. Varia: Readings from Rare Books by James Hain Friswell (1866)
"He is a quiet and sublime enthusiast, with a strong tinge of the fantast: the humourist constantly mingling with and flashing across the philosopher, ..."

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