Noun(1) a ghostly appearing figure(2) something existing in perception only
(1) ├ö├ç├┐It was only a terrible phantasm trying to take root in my imagination,├ö├ç├û he reassured himself.(2) They thought He was a ghost, a phantasm , an apparition, a spirit, anything except their Master.(3) the cart seemed to glide like a terrible phantasm(4) Six was a phantom - a ghost, a ghoul, a phantasm , a hallucination, a side effect of Stray's medicine, some unknown effect of acid, something of that sort.(5) every phantasm of a hope was quickly nullified(6) At stake is the consciousness of art as a simulating surface, a phantasmic veil of illusory life and presence that seeks to displace historical and physical reality rather than merely represent it.(7) Exposed to the light, the monk's inner demons and the phantasms of his dreams would no longer seem quite as frightening or threatening.(8) The ending offers a particularly haunting and poignant gesture - the reunion of a family torn apart on a purely phantasmic , spiritual cinematic plane.(9) The flickering shadows and darting phantasms on the walls reminded me exactly of some sights I once encountered in a cave in Spain, filled with art.(10) Brilliant flashes of color shot past the windows like phantasmal fire works.(11) Samples of phantasmic voices whisper, hiss and appear to be darting and sliding invisibly from one spot to another throughout the room.(12) There's no denying that Vegas's nonstop collection of renowned restaurants, phantasmic architecture, people-watching, and entertainment is a one-of-a-kind spectacle that has something for just about everyone.(13) She can make no sense of how her phantasmal projection can surface into reality.(14) The way the moonbeams hit his face made him look pale and phantasmal , like he was a just an illusion sitting there against that dripping tree.(15) Furthermore, the images had a dreamlike or phantasmic quality to them, which supported this internal movement toward the imaginary.(16) Some images of the film seem heightened, romantic, expressionist, oneiric (like the phantasmal image of Raynal struggling against the wind).
1. apparition ::
2. specter ::
3. fantasm ::
4. phantom ::
5. phantasma ::
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