fantasy[ fan-tuh-see, -zee ]SEE DEFINITION OF fantasy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FANTASY
The journal in question attributes with good reason this fantasy to sadism.
Oh, yes, these fantasy movies—we're a little worried about them.
He fancied he saw her now, not as the heroine of his fantasy, but just as she was.
Howbeit, the following deserves a place as the tail-flounce of his Fantasy.
He went on with that fantasy, but at this point Kate ceased to attend.
That this slight thing should have trapped his fantasy surprised her.
Indeed, I was bewildered by this fantasy of weeping and nonsense.
He shuddered at the fantasy that his feverish imagination was creating.
This seems strange to the verge of fantasy, but it is, apparently, true.
If I had a laddie,––God save me for indulging in such a fantasy!