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What is the Plural of Phantasm?

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What is the plural form of the word "phantasm"? The plural form (meaning multiples) of the base word "phantasm" is "phantasms." Nouns can identify places, people, animals, and other things. They are the basic materials required to construct sentences. There are different types of nouns , including proper nouns , common nouns , compound nouns , collective nouns , abstract nouns , and countable and uncountable nouns.

What is the plural of Phantasm?

The plural form of the word "phantasm" is "phantasms". Forming plural nouns can be difficult. To form the plural form of the word, you'll base it on the last letter or last two letters of the singular word form.

The word "phantasm" is considered a common noun .

Sentence examples for the plural of "Phantasm"

  • Example 1: There are multiple phantasms.
  • Example 2: I can see multiple phantasms.
  • Example 3: Over there could be more phantasms.

For more examples, see the definition of the word phantasm .

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an apparition or specter.

a creation of the imagination or fancy; fantasy.

a mental image or representation of a real object.

an illusory likeness of something.

Origin of phantasm

  • Sometimes fan·tasm

synonym study For phantasm

Other words for phantasm, words nearby phantasm.

  • phanerophyte
  • Phanerozoic
  • phantasmagoria
  • phantasmagoric
  • phantasmagory

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How to use phantasm in a sentence

A phantasm is that which, not being a true counterpart of reality, is yet so like it as to be mistaken for reality.

His eyes stared wonderingly at the grotesque face like a lingering phantasm of fevered dreams.

Was all this nothing,—a dream, a splendid phantasm , to be rent away like a crimson cloud?

His desire to be with her was the desire to escape the phantasm of the woman haunting to subjugate him when they were separate.

At times faith grows faint, and I think it all a delusion—a phantasm —a dream.

British Dictionary definitions for phantasm

/ ( ˈfæntæzəm ) /

an illusory perception of an object, person, etc

(in the philosophy of Plato) objective reality as distorted by perception

Derived forms of phantasm

  • phantasmal or phantasmic , adjective
  • phantasmally or phantasmically , adverb

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  • cloud cuckoo land
  • false hopes
  • fictionalization
  • make believe phrase
  • never-never land
  • pie in the sky idiom

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  • noun plural of [i]phantasm [/i]

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A phantasm is that which, not being a true counterpart of reality, is yet so like it as to be mistaken for reality.

His eyes stared wonderingly at the grotesque face like a lingering phantasm of fevered dreams.

Was all this nothing,—a dream, a splendid phantasm, to be rent away like a crimson cloud?

His desire to be with her was the desire to escape the phantasm of the woman haunting to subjugate him when they were separate.

At times faith grows faint, and I think it all a delusion—a phantasm—a dream.

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English [ edit ]

Pronunciation [ edit ].

  • Rhymes: -æzmə

Noun [ edit ]

phantasma ( plural phantasmata )

  • 1638 , Sir Thomas Herbert, Some years travels into divers parts of Asia and Afrique : ...till the 7. of Iune ſhe againe deluded us, after two houres chaſe as a phantaſma vaniſhing towards Goa.

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Etymology [ edit ].

From Ancient Greek φάντασμα ( phántasma ) .

  • ( Classical ) IPA ( key ) : /pʰanˈtas.ma/ , [pʰän̪ˈt̪äs̠mä]
  • ( modern Italianate Ecclesiastical ) IPA ( key ) : /fanˈtas.ma/ , [fän̪ˈt̪äzmä]

phantasma   n ( genitive phantasmatis ) ; third declension

  • image , appearance
  • apparition , spectre , phantom

Declension [ edit ]

Descendants [ edit ].

  • French: fantôme ( see there for further descendants )
  • Norman: fantôme
  • Dutch: fantoom
  • English: phantom , phantasm
  • Scots: phanton
  • Occitan: fantauma
  • ⇒ Portuguese: abantesma
  • → Asturian: pantasma , fantasma
  • → Catalan: fantasma
  • → English: phantasm
  • → French: phantasme
  • → Galician: pantasma
  • → Italian: fantasma
  • → Piedmontese: fantasma
  • → Portuguese: fantasma
  • → Romanian: fantasmă
  • → Sardinian: pantàsima
  • → Serbo-Croatian: fantazma
  • → Cebuano: pantasma

Portuguese [ edit ]

phantasma   m or f ( plural phantasmas )

  • Pre-reform spelling (until Brazil 1943/Portugal 1911) of fantasma .

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  • unrealities
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  • actualities
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  1. Phantasm Definition & Meaning

    1 : a product of fantasy: such as a : delusive appearance : illusion b : ghost, specter c : a figment of the imagination 2 : a mental representation of a real object phantasmal fan-ˈtaz-məl adjective phantasmic fan-ˈtaz-mik adjective Did you know?

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    pie pie in the sky idiom unreality untruth See more results » (Definition of phantasm from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press) Examples of phantasm phantasm What he saw here is perhaps a dream or a phantasm because ' too good to be true'. From the Cambridge English Corpus

  3. phantasm

    ( philosophy) A impression as received by the senses, especially an image, often prior to any interpretation by the intellect . Synonym: (less common) phantasia Derived terms [ edit] phantasmal phantasmic Related terms [ edit] fancy fantasize fantastic fantasy phantasmatic phantom

  4. What is the Plural of Phantasm?

    The word "phantasm" is considered a common noun. Sentence examples for the plural of "Phantasm" Example 1: There are multiple phantasms. Example 2: I can see multiple phantasms. Example 3: Over there could be more phantasms. For more examples, see the definition of the word phantasm. My experience with plural forms... When it comes to plural ...

  5. Phantasm Definition & Meaning

    phantasm / ˈ fænˌtæzəm/ noun. plural phantasms. Britannica Dictionary definition of PHANTASM. [count] literary. : something that exists only in a person's mind. the phantasm of equality. a ghostly phantasm. PHANTASM meaning: something that exists only in a person's mind.

  6. PHANTASM Definition & Usage Examples

    1 First recorded in 1175-1225; from Latin phantasma, from Greek phántasma "image, vision" (akin to phantázein "to bring before the mind"); replacing Middle English fantesme, from Old French, from Latin as above Sometimes fan·tasm synonym study For phantasm 1. See apparition. Other words for phantasm See synonyms for phantasm on Thesaurus.com

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    noun /ˈfæntæzəm/ /ˈfæntæzəm/ (formal) a thing seen in the imagination synonym illusion Word Origin Join us Join our community to access the latest language learning and assessment tips from Oxford University Press! See phantasm in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary Check pronunciation: phantasm

  8. PHANTASM definition and meaning

    1. a phantom 2. an illusory perception of an object, person, etc 3. (in the philosophy of Plato) objective reality as distorted by perception Collins English Dictionary. Copyright © HarperCollins Publishers Derived forms phantasmal (phanˈtasmal) or phantasmalian (ˌfæntəzˈmeɪlɪən ), phantasmic (phanˈtasmic) or phantasmical (phanˈtasmical) adjective

  9. Phantasm

    noun something existing in perception only synonyms: apparition, fantasm, phantasma, phantom, shadow see more noun a ghostly appearing figure synonyms: apparition, fantasm, phantasma, phantom, specter, spectre see more Cite this entry Style: MLA "Phantasm." Vocabulary.com Dictionary, Vocabulary.com, https://www.vocabulary.com/dictionary/phantasm.

  10. Phantasm definition in American English

    1. a perception of something that has no physical reality; figment of the mind; esp., a specter, or ghost : also phanˈtasma (fænˈtæzmə ) Word forms: plural phanˈtasmata (fænˈtæzmətə ) or phanˈtasmas 2. a deceptive likeness 3. Philosophy a mental impression of a real person or thing Webster's New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition.

  11. Phantasma Definition & Meaning

    plural phantasmata fan-ˈtaz-mə-tə : phantasm sense 1 Word History Etymology borrowed from Latin, "ghost, apparition" — more at phantasm First Known Use 1598, in the meaning defined above Time Traveler The first known use of phantasma was in 1598 See more words from the same year Dictionary Entries Near phantasma phantasm phantasma phantasmagoria

  12. Phantasm Definition & Meaning

    noun phantasms A perception of something that has no physical reality; figment of the mind; esp., a specter, or ghost. Webster's New World Similar definitions A deceptive likeness. Webster's New World A mental impression of a real person or thing. Webster's New World Similar definitions

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    Define phantasm. phantasm synonyms, phantasm pronunciation, phantasm translation, English dictionary definition of phantasm. n. 1. Something apparently seen but having no physical reality; a phantom or an apparition. Also called phantasma . 2. An illusory mental image.

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    PHANTASM | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary English Meaning of phantasm in English phantasm noun [ C ] literary us / ˈfæn.tæz. ə m / uk / ˈfæn.tæz. ə m / Add to word list something that is seen or imagined but is not real SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases Unreal things and unreality birther cloud cuckoo land delusion

  15. PHANTASMA definition in American English

    (fænˈtæzmə) noun Word forms: plural -mata (-mətə) phantasm (sense 1), phantasm (sense 2) Most material © 2005, 1997, 1991 by Penguin Random House LLC. Modified entries © 2019 by Penguin Random House LLC and HarperCollins Publishers Ltd Word origin [ 1590-1600; ‹ L] You may also like Browse alphabetically phantasma phantasime phantasize phantasm

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    Synonyms for PHANTASM: illusion, dream, vision, phantasy, delusion, unreality, chimera, hallucination; Antonyms of PHANTASM: fact, reality, actuality

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    Noun edit. phantasma (plural phantasmata) Alternative form of phantasm. 1638, Sir Thomas Herbert, Some years travels into divers parts of Asia and Afrique: ...till the 7. of Iune ſhe againe deluded us, after two houres chaſe as a phantaſma vaniſhing towards Goa.

  22. PHANTASMS Synonyms: 88 Similar and Opposite Words

    Definition of phantasms plural of phantasm 1 as in visions a conception or image created by the imagination and having no objective reality frightened by the phantasms of his own making Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance visions illusions dreams delusions phantasies fantasies unrealities daydreams hallucinations chimeras ideas figments nightmares

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