hallucinatory

[ huh-loo-suh-nuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF hallucinatory

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HALLUCINATORY

She had insight into the hallucinatory nature of these visions.

There are no hallucinatory phases in the conditions or causes.

Or again, the sounds may be hallucinatory and only some mortals may have the power of hearing them.

It seems to have been hallucinatory, otherwise all would have shared the experience.

The first wish must have been an hallucinatory occupation of the memory for gratification.

Thyræus now raises the difficult question: ‘Are the sounds heard in haunted houses real, or hallucinatory?’

Breakdown of theory of Telepathy, when hallucinatory figure causes changes in physical objects.

A nascent malady of the ear may produce buzzings, and these may develop into hallucinatory voices.

Imagination-images may be carried to a hallucinatory pitch by good visualisers.

Gurney regards this transparency as indicating imperfect externalisation of the hallucinatory image.

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