hallucinant


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hallucinant

(həˈluːsɪnənt)
n
1. (Psychology) a person who experiences hallucinations
2. (Psychology) a drug that causes a person to experience hallucinations
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Un vide politique hallucinant dans la quasi-totalite des creatures soumises au bon vouloir des createurs, sans legitimite historique ni impact populaire.
Individuals are encouraged to seek only material comfort and physical pleasure, and if for some reason those pleasures lose their luster, individuals have access to "soma"--a pharmaceutical that is "euphoric, narcotic, and pleasantly hallucinant" (Huxley, 1969, p.
Moreover, the Court opines in a hallucinant manner the fact that although the applicant's allegations are not covered by immunity, they were not formulated in a parliamentary session, they were submitted at the meeting of a forum that can be compared to a legislative forum due to the structure and activity.
[beaucoup moins que] C'est hallucinant qu'une construction aussi recente s'ecroule.
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Les brocanteurs font du business Les atteintes recentes au patrimoine moderne d'Alexandrie, s'inscrivent dans une longue serie de demolitions de palais et de villas qui se sont poursuivies a un rythme hallucinant faisant perdre a cette ville 30 edifices de ce type entre 2003 et 2006.
The effects of soma are described as "euphoric, narcotic, pleasantly hallucinant" and as having "the advantages of Christianity and alcohol; [and] none of their defects" (36).
Hallucinant exercice de citation truquee, qui se deroule sur plus d'une page, et qui prelude au theme de la "profanation de la mere" (3) longuement mis en scene dans la redaction ulterieure de Ma Mere (vraisemblablement entame vers 1955 ou 1956).
Euphoric, narcotic, pleasantly hallucinant. All the advantages of Christianity and alcohol; none of their defects.