Examples of hallucinate in a Sentence
The patient may hallucinate if she has a fever.
Recent Examples of hallucinate from the Web
On the drive to the airport, I was stuffed, drunk on mayo, and hallucinating about sandwiches.
During her ayahuasca trip, Julie hallucinates a duet between her happy, stay-at-home crafty self and her miserable, walking-outside-at-night-in-the-rain, struggling-comedian self.
Guided hikes away from the ship brought the kind of silence that makes your ears hallucinate a dull buzz.
Emmitt Roach, 30, of the Covington area, appeared to be hallucinating and under the influence of an unknown substance during the incident, the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office said in a news release.
Piacsek and other scientists are skeptical of stories about people hallucinating in anechoic chambers — and the supposed 45-minute record.
No, the former director of the San Diego Zoo wasn’t hallucinating in the Miami heat.
Caller reported a 90 year old who is possibly hallucinating and banging on the walls.
Caregivers often arrive at Durant’s clinic after the person with dementia has started hallucinating or can no longer sustain a conversation.
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Origin and Etymology of hallucinate
First Known Use: circa 1834See Words from the same year
HALLUCINATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hallucinate for English Language Learners
: to see or sense something or someone that is not really there : to have hallucinations
medical Definition of hallucinate
- the patient is not hallucinated
- may hallucinate monsters or attackers
- —M. J. Horowitz
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