Thesaurus / fata morgana
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This "Fata Morgana" was not merely interesting in itself, but also gave reason to indulge in the hope of a favourable wind.

In a few moments the sea also vanished; the Fata Morgana withdrew her delusive spells.

That's only his fata morgana, for he's foredoomed to die in harness.

The Silver PoppyArthur Stringer

The monotonous aspect of the Alfld is in summer time varied by the dli-bb, or Fata Morgana.

The nightmare of the “Fata Morgana” had come true, and she was lost in the wilderness of a strange city.

It was just the day for the Fata Morgana's elfin extravagances.

We also read (p. 119) of the Fata Morgana and other similar appearances.

Life is synonymous with suffering; positive happiness a fata morgana, an illusion.

She is a coming and vanishing creature of alluring but destructive power, a sort of Japanese version of Fata Morgana.

Myths & Legends of JapanF. Hadland (Frederick Hadland) Davis

This is the Fata Morgana, which for twenty-six years I had thought a mere fable.

WORDS RELATED TO FATA MORGANA

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.