Definition of Fantasy world
1. Noun. Something existing solely in the imagination (but often mistaken for reality).
Generic synonyms: Fantasy, Phantasy
Specialized synonyms: Paracosm
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fantasy World
Literary usage of Fantasy world
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Addresses on Psycho-analysis by James Jackson Putnam (1921)
"Neither does the pleasure and pain classification of the child coincide with that of the man; nor the fantasy world of the child with the fantasy world of ..."
2. Making the Match: The Right Book for the Right Reader at the Right Time by Teri S. Lesesne (2003)
"In other words, the message the author wishes to impart needs to apply in the real world, not just in the fantasy world of the book. ..."
3. Claudine the Circus Woman by Timothy J. Quinlan (2000)
"I wondered if we were slipping back into fantasy world again. Talk of organs rejecting ... It looked like we were getting back into the fantasy world. ..."
4. How to Write a Story, Grades 4-6 by Jo Ellen Moore (2001)
"Where is your story going to begin — in the real world or in a fantasy world? 2. What is the setting going to be? a. the real world b. the imaginary world 3 ..."
5. Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults: A Selected Listing by Ginny Moore Kruse (1991)
"The author has created an extraordinary fantasy world within the framework of modern evolutionary theory in which she explores the concepts of time, change, ..."
6. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society by Aristotelian Society (Great Britain) (1906)
"Philosophy, the child of Wonder, began when advancing knowledge was banishing the nymph and dryad from the world of practical activity to the fantasy world ..."
7. Changing Africa: The First Literary Generation of Independent Cape Verde by Gerald M. Moser (1992)
"Much of his writing is dominated by the general human wish to escape from a depressing reality into a fantasy world. He steers clear of ideology and ..."