fantasy

  1. imagination unrestricted by reality
  2. something many people believe that is false

Fantasy

{Fantasy} Fantasy is a genre of fiction that commonly uses magic and other supernatural phenomena as a primary plot element, theme, or setting. Many works within the genre take place in imaginary worlds where magic and magical creatures are common. Fantasy is generally distinguished from the genres of science fiction and horror by the expectation ...
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fantasy

(fan´tә-se) a daydream; an imagined situation or sequence of events. Fantasy can serve as a realistic rehearsal of future events; it may also serve as a type of defense mechanism providing wish fulfillment, gratification of repressed impulses, or resolution of unconscious conflicts.
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fantasy

(from the article `comedy`) Rather more explicitly comic is the element of fantasy in modern paintings, in which seemingly unrelated objects are brought together in a fine ... The identity of a work of art as a thing in itself, independent of representation, was on the way to general recognition when the outbreak of war in ... In the...
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fantasy

(from the article `hallucination`) ...of these engrams in complex circuits involving nerve cells. Such circuits in the cortex (outer layers) of the brain appear to subserve the ... The majority of males and females have fantasies of some sociosexual activity while they masturbate. The fantasy not infrequently involves idealized ... ....
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fantasy

[n] - fiction with a large amount of fantasy in it 2. [n] - imagination unrestricted by reality
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Fantasy

• (n.) Fancy; imagination; especially, a whimsical or fanciful conception; a vagary of the imagination; whim; caprice; humor. • (n.) Fantastic designs. • (v. t.) To have a fancy for; to be pleased with; to like; to fancy.
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fantasy

phantasy noun imagination unrestricted by reality; `a schoolgirl fantasy`
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Fantasy

[1938 magazine] Fantasy was a British pulp science fiction magazine which published three issues in 1938 and 1939. The editor was T. Stanhope Sprigg; when the war started, he enlisted in the RAF and the magazine was closed down. The publisher, George Newnes Ltd, paid respectable rates, and as a result Sprigg was able to obtain some good qua...
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Fantasy

[Aldo Nova song] `Fantasy` is the debut single by Canadian rock musician Aldo Nova and is regarded as his most popular work to date. Released on his eponymous debut album in 1981, the song climbed to #3 on the Mainstream rock chart, and #23 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The song was featured in a flashback sequence in the final ep...
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Fantasy

[Bashy song] `Fantasy` is a dance-pop song by British rapper Bashy, featuring vocals from Indian singer and actress, Preeya Kalidas. The song was released as a single on July 26, 2010 via digital download, as the lead single from Bashy`s upcoming second studio album, The Great Escape. The single will also be included on Kalidas` debut album...
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Fantasy

[Danny Fernandes song] Fantasy is the third single by R&B singer Danny Fernandes. It`s the fourth track off his debut album Intro. ==Music video== The music video first premiered on the MOD Daily Ten countdown on Much On Demand. It starts off with Fernandes sitting on a chair singing and looking at the camera, and later it shows a girl who ...
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Fantasy

[Earth, Wind & Fire song] `Fantasy` is a single by Earth, Wind & Fire from their album All `N All, released as a single in 1978. The selection was written and composed by Maurice White, Verdine White, and Eddie del Barrio, and it reached #32 on the pop chart and #12 on the R&B singles chart in the United States, and #14 on the UK singles ch...
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Fantasy

[Earth, Wind & Fire] ==Summary== ...
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Fantasy

[fragrance] Fantasy is a women`s fragrance and fragrance line by Britney Spears and Elizabeth Arden. Fantasy, the perfume, is the second perfume to be endorsed by Britney Spears. The ad`s tagline is `Everybody has one`. The Fantasy fragrance line has currently six perfumes: Fantasy, Midnight Fantasy, Hidden Fantasy, Circus Fantasy, Fantasy ...
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Fantasy

[game show] Fantasy is an American game show franchise co-hosted by Peter Marshall and Leslie Uggams, with Chris Lemmon and Meredith MacRae as remote correspondents. Bill Armstrong announced the show, with substitutes from Johnny Gilbert and Charlie Tuna with Tuna replacing Armstrong about midway through the series` run. It aired on NBC fro...
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Fantasy

[group] Fantasy is an urban pop vocal group based in New York who scored several hits on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, including `You`re Too Late`, which hit number one in 1981. Group members include Ken Roberson, Fonda Rae, Tami Hunt, Rufus Jackson and Carolyn Edwards. The groups` producer, Tony Valor, continued to use the name in 1...
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Fantasy

[psychology] Fantasy in a psychological sense is broadly used to cover two different senses, conscious and unconscious. In the unconscious sense, it is sometimes spelled `phantasy`. ==Conscious fantasy== A fantasy is a situation imagined by an individual that expresses certain desires or aims on the part of its creator. Fantasies sometimes ...
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Fantasy

[video game] Fantasy is a 1981 Action/Adventure arcade game developed by Rock-Ola which featured only a joystick and no buttons for the player to interact with (similarly to Pac-Man and Frogger). The game featured a rendition of the popular `Funkytown` song. ...
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Fantasy

Fan'ta·sy noun ; plural Fantasies . [ See Fancy .] 1. Fancy; imagination; especially, a whimsical or fanciful conception; a vagary of the imagination; whim; caprice; humor. « Is not this something more than fantasy Shak. « A thousand ...
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Fantasy

Fan'ta·sy transitive verb To have a fancy for; to be pleased with; to like; to fancy. [ Obsolete] Cavendish. « Which he doth most fantasy Robynson (More's Utopia).
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Fantasy

A fantasy is something imaginary, made up. In films the term fantasy is applied to stories in which completely made-up events occur, such as stories about imaginary or mythical creatures such as dragons, elves and fairies. The term fantasy is also applied to role-playing games in which a scenario is imagined and the players pretend to be someone or...
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fantasy

An imaginative work that has nothing whatsoever to do with reality.
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Fantasy

An imagined sequence of events or mental images (e.g., daydreams) that serves to express unconscious
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fantasy

An imagined sequence of events or mental images, e.g., daydreams. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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