Definition of fantasize
fantasizerplay \ˈfan-tə-ˌsī-zər\ noun
Examples of fantasize in a Sentence
She fantasized that she had won a million dollars.
all those lottery players fantasizing themselves as living in extravagant luxury
Recent Examples of fantasize from the Web
Let’s face it, drinking rosé from Provence is a way to fantasize you’re on a yacht in Saint-Tropez.
No matter how often America fantasizes about being with Justin Trudeau.
How many men have fantasized about being James Bond, another Ian Fleming creation?)
Talib admits to fantasizing about wearing his own Hall of Fame gold jacket someday.
Many of the girls in my class had already been asked and were fantasizing about the big event.
Lewallen wrote a paper about the effects of Instagram on social comparison, and discovered a distinct relationship between perusing photos online, getting insecure about one’s looks, and then fantasizing about changing one’s appearance.
Here is footage of the successful test, as aired on North Korean state television: The Hwasong-12 is a far cry from a true ICBM, the likes of which North Korea likes to fantasize about using in strikes on the continental United States.
Spencer fantasized about the reversal of fortune that might come if the fund-raiser’s enemies should gain more power.
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FANTASIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fantasize for English Language Learners
: to imagine doing things that you are very unlikely to do : to have fantasies
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