Definition of Fantoms

1. Noun. (plural of fantom) ¹



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Definition of Fantoms

1. fantom [n] - See also: fantom

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fantoms

fantasy life
fantasy sports
fantasy world
fantasying
fantasyland
fantasylands
fantasylike
fanteeg
fanteegs
fantigue
fantigues
fantoccini
fantod
fantods
fantom
fantoms (current term)
fantoosh
fanum
fanums
fanvid
fanvids
fanwank
fanware
fanwear
fanweed
fanwise
fanwort
fanworts
fanzine
fanziner

Literary usage of Fantoms

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1. New Voyages to North-America by Louis Armand de Lom d'Arce Lahontan, Victor Hugo Paltsits (1905)
"... fantoms, Hobgoblins, 6fc. we never hear of the killing or wounding of ... upon the feeing or hearing of a String of Living fantoms, that pretended to ..."

2. The World's Great Sermons by Grenville Kleiser (1908)
"So, one by one, like ghosts and fantoms in the dawning of the day—one by one, the fantoms of gods that haunted the night of the old world vanish before the ..."

3. The World's Great Sermons by Grenville Kleiser (1908)
"So, one by one, like ghosts and fantoms in the dawning of the day—one by one, the fantoms of gods that haunted the night of the old world vanish before the ..."

4. The Science of Poetry and the Philosophy of Language by Hudson Maxim (1910)
"And shadows now teem in the pale lunar beam, By the languorous lunar ray, While the fantoms that gleam with the seeming of dream Float out on their shadowy ..."

5. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1806)
"... till they were astonished by the horrid fantoms of Cerinthus and Apollinaris, who guarded the opposite issuer of the theological labyrinth. ..."

6. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1913)
"fantoms of peace. Z. Grey. Munsey. 48: 687-96. Ja. '13. Far, Sul Sin. See Sul Sin Far. Far-away road; story. E. Jordan. 11. Harp. B. Review. Nation. ..."

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