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
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.
Some Democrats, witnessing Michelle Obama’s commanding performances on the stump this year, have fantasized about her running for president in 2020.
Gabriel Kreuther knew that his longtime pastry chef, Marc Aumont, fantasized about running his own chocolate shop.
I’ve been fantasizing about such a thing since the cathartic and just-right memorial celebration for Reed in 2013, in a grove of trees by the Performing Arts Library—just admirers listening to his music, played wonderfully loud.
Summer’s officially here and it’s time to start fantasizing about your most epic vacation ever.
Many children fantasize about running away from home.
In San Francisco, Mr. Semmelhack sometimes fantasizes about profiting from the ultimate loophole — one that involves an actual hole.
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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
Medical Definition of fantasize
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