We also read (p. 119) of the Fata Morgana and other similar appearances.
Could it be water, or was it only the mirage—the fata morgana?
Was it only a delusive appearance, a fata morgana of the desert?
That's only his fata morgana, for he's foredoomed to die in harness.
"Like the Fata Morgana of the desert, I am all things to all men," she said.
Some of the finest examples of Fata Morgana are witnessed in the polar regions.
This is the Fata Morgana, which for twenty-six years I had thought a mere fable.
"It is the Fata Morgana, or the mirage," explained the guide.
The whole thing had been a fata morgana; it had now vanished forever.
It seemed to her that she was flying up to Fata Morgana in her castle in the air.