fantasise


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fantasise


Past participle: fantasised
Gerund: fantasising

Imperative
fantasise
fantasise
Present
I fantasise
you fantasise
he/she/it fantasises
we fantasise
you fantasise
they fantasise
Preterite
I fantasised
you fantasised
he/she/it fantasised
we fantasised
you fantasised
they fantasised
Present Continuous
I am fantasising
you are fantasising
he/she/it is fantasising
we are fantasising
you are fantasising
they are fantasising
Present Perfect
I have fantasised
you have fantasised
he/she/it has fantasised
we have fantasised
you have fantasised
they have fantasised
Past Continuous
I was fantasising
you were fantasising
he/she/it was fantasising
we were fantasising
you were fantasising
they were fantasising
Past Perfect
I had fantasised
you had fantasised
he/she/it had fantasised
we had fantasised
you had fantasised
they had fantasised
Future
I will fantasise
you will fantasise
he/she/it will fantasise
we will fantasise
you will fantasise
they will fantasise
Future Perfect
I will have fantasised
you will have fantasised
he/she/it will have fantasised
we will have fantasised
you will have fantasised
they will have fantasised
Future Continuous
I will be fantasising
you will be fantasising
he/she/it will be fantasising
we will be fantasising
you will be fantasising
they will be fantasising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been fantasising
you have been fantasising
he/she/it has been fantasising
we have been fantasising
you have been fantasising
they have been fantasising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been fantasising
you will have been fantasising
he/she/it will have been fantasising
we will have been fantasising
you will have been fantasising
they will have been fantasising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been fantasising
you had been fantasising
he/she/it had been fantasising
we had been fantasising
you had been fantasising
they had been fantasising
Conditional
I would fantasise
you would fantasise
he/she/it would fantasise
we would fantasise
you would fantasise
they would fantasise
Past Conditional
I would have fantasised
you would have fantasised
he/she/it would have fantasised
we would have fantasised
you would have fantasised
they would have fantasised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.fantasise - indulge in fantasiesfantasise - indulge in fantasies; "he is fantasizing when he says he plans to start his own company"
conceive of, envisage, ideate, imagine - form a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case; "Can you conceive of him as the president?"
2.fantasise - portray in the mindfantasise - portray in the mind; "he is fantasizing the ideal wife"
conceive of, envisage, ideate, imagine - form a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case; "Can you conceive of him as the president?"
References in periodicals archive ?
She replied: "I fantasise about Katie Hopkins head.
I would fantasise about being him and I would fantasise about him coming to beat the up my bully"- Spider-Man actor Andrew Garfield, recalling a daydream involving the action hero he had as a Surrey schoolboy.
Sex is great, but lately I find while we're doing it I fantasise about sex with my ex-boyfriend.
Deeside cabbie Neil Dunbar, 57, of Deva Avenue, Connah's Quay, had confessed to probation officers how he would fantasise about little girls, Mold Crown Court heard.
Almost a third of those surveyed dream of owning an Aston Martin and a fifth fantasise about lazy afternoons zooming around quiet country lanes with the window down, blaring their music.
More than 50 per cent of all people fantasise more about money than sex
He's only 21 (I'm 26) but I fantasise about him all the time, including when I am making love to my husband.
Continue coverage, delaying or cancelling scheduled programmes - leading to sad, braindead, frustrated, urban housewives, who fantasise about sessions in the back of a Ford Escort with Phil Mitchell, jamming the switchboard to complain.
Just under three-quarters of Britons fantasise about having sex with a celebrity, with American actor Brad Pitt topping the list for women at 33% and Australian pop star Kylie Minogue the number one celebrity for men with 18% of the votes.
She added: "It's unsurprising lots of men fantasise about having threesomes.
Men v women RESEARCH suggests half of women fantasise while making love to their husband, and most are dreaming about sex with another man.