fantasy world


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Noun1.fantasy world - something existing solely in the imagination (but often mistaken for reality)fantasy world - something existing solely in the imagination (but often mistaken for reality)
fantasy, phantasy - imagination unrestricted by reality; "a schoolgirl fantasy"
paracosm - a prolonged fantasy world invented by children; can have a definite geography and language and history
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NICK Clegg is threatening to spark a fresh Coalition rift by branding Tory policies as "fantasy world".
Melbourne, Feb 24 (ANI): A Sydney priest has told a court that his online masturbating act was all part of a fantasy world.
Here Rod continues his struggles in a fantasy world he's created, this time pursuing dark wizard Malraun and encountering an army of evil in the process.
JOE KINNEAR has accused Charles N'Zogbia of living "in a fantasy world" after he criticised the Newcastle boss' managerial style.
WARHAMMER ONLINE: AGE OF RECKONING, PC, pounds 34.99 IF you've spent any time with the table-top version of this, you're not going to believe the incredible way in which this fantasy world has been brought to life.
IF you've spent any time with the table-top version of this, you're not going to believe the incredible way in which this fantasy world has been brought to life on PC in the latest MMORPG to try to suck your real life away from you.
Read the poem then write your own about a fantasy world.
This programme tells the stories of couples who have begun virtual relationships in the internet fantasy world, reinventing themselves as sexy avatars and indulging in all sorts of shenanigans that they wouldn't dare to in real life.
On a rollercoaster of adventures, the Scouts are led into the fantasy world of the City of Species where they encounter animals with mysterious talents and spectacular abilities, as well as community of humans who live in harmony with these amazing creatures.
This fine sequel of EARTHSEED requires no prior familiarity to prove enthralling for newcomers to Sargent's fantasy world. Over twenty years have passed since Ship left its children on an uninhabited, Earth-like planet named Home, and Zoheret and her companions have had their own children.
Tolkien's memories of growing up in the area, near to Moseley Bog and Sarehole Mill, are said to have influenced him when he dreamt up the fantasy world.