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hal·lu·ci·na·to·ry

 (hə-lo͞o′sə-nə-tôr′ē)
adj.
1. Of or characterized by hallucination.
2. Inducing hallucination.

hal•lu•ci•na•to•ry

(həˈlu sə nəˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i)

adj.
pertaining to or characterized by hallucination.
[1820–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.hallucinatory - characterized by or characteristic of hallucination ; "the bizarre hallucinatory dreams of fever"- Jean Stafford
unreal - lacking in reality or substance or genuineness; not corresponding to acknowledged facts or criteria; "ghosts and other unreal entities"; "unreal propaganda serving as news"

hallucinatory

adjective
Of, relating to, or in the nature of an illusion; lacking reality:
Translations

hallucinatory

[həˈluːsɪnətərɪ] ADJalucinante

hallucinatory

[həˈluːsɪnətəri] adj [drug] → hallucinogène; [quality, effect, experience] → hallucinatoire

hallucinatory

adj drugHalluzinationen hervorrufend attr, → halluzinogen (spec); state, effect, vision, experiencehalluzinatorisch

hallucinatory

a. alucinante, alucinador-a; que induce alucinación.
References in classic literature ?
It fits admirably with the phenomena of dreams and hallucinatory images, and it is recommended by the way in which it accords with mental development.
This film marked a change in Sukzuki's directorial style, as he pushed away from doing films purely for entertainment, and worked to include striking artistic imagery, including powerful compositions and hallucinatory colors that would prove to become his signature in the bizarre world of post-war Japanese cinema.
Necessarily omitting films and their hypnotic audio, the book still offers collages that are like little pictorial jewel boxes, full of almost indiscernible details, and the inkblot drawings Conner made late in his career, whose nearly microscopic Rorschach figures can induce a practically hallucinatory visual immersion.
Flashy, hallucinatory and very, very violent (a mum and her teenage daughter are slaughtered in the first 10 minutes), the film recalls the mid-90s strain of ultra-violence trademarked by Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers and Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs (in which Bunker starred, 13 years before his death).
Flashy, hallucinatory and very, very violent, the film recalls the mid-90s strain of ultra-violence trademarked by Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers and Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs, in which Bunker starred.
I'm guessing, after Crystal Palace tried to get Christian Benteke on the cheap with a list of add-ons which include Champions League qualification, he felt like asking if they were injecting the same hallucinatory drugs that Alan Pardew was on during his premature FA Cup Final celebration dance.
Yet this hallucinatory head-trip Western remains unmistakably Alonso's film from first frame to last--a metaphysical road movie in which origin and destination are markedly less important than the journey itself.
Summary: he Dubai Police, on Tuesday, launched a major awareness campaign in schools on the harmful effects of hallucinatory and other narcotic drugs.
The effect of songs such as "Evil" and "Everything Has Got Your Face" is positively hallucinatory, almost trance-inducing.
The Nobel Prize in Literature 2012 was awarded to Mo Yan "who with hallucinatory realism merges folk tales, history and the contemporary.
was, and hallucinatory howling at the moon, which she did, though the
My paper aims at presenting examples in Germanic literatures over the last millennium where the imagination took fantastic shapes or manifested itself in altered states, climaxing in hallucinatory encounters.