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What is Mr Carlyle himself but a Phantasm of the species which he is pleased to denounce?
He must, at any cost, escape the ignominy that loomed before him like the phantasm of a dreadful dream.
In other words, the mother projected a phantasm of her dead daughter to the mind of her son.
At times faith grows faint, and I think it all a delusion—a phantasm—a dream.
NUGGETS OF THE NEW THOUGHTWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON,
Why in this case should we call the reality sleep, and the phantasm waking?
DEATH--AND AFTER?ANNIE BESANT
The phantasm seemed to be about thirty-five, her features were described as ‘rather handsome,’ and (unromantically) as ‘oblong’.
Phantasm Captains with unanimous votings: this is considered to be all the law and all the prophets, at present.
LATTER-DAY PAMPHLETSTHOMAS CARLYLE
This Home represented as the phantasm of a child of Mr. and Mrs. Browning, which died in infancy.
One of them is haunted, as in the old witchcraft cases, by the phantasm of the sorcerer.
If it is a phantasm, it is more gorgeous than the most splendid creations of poetry.

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