Examples of hallucinate in a Sentence
The patient may hallucinate if she has a fever.
Recent Examples of hallucinate from the Web
Opposite him, New Yorker Tamara Scott does hallucinating Harper Pitt as sometimes almost invisible and lighter-than-air and at others burdened with all the weight of the world on her back.
Earlier this month, 20-year-old Kaylee Muthart reportedly dug out her eyes with her hands while hallucinating under the influence of methamphetamine.
Rick was hallucinating and Simon's words meant nothing.
Facebook users in swing states who felt Trump had taken over their news feeds may not have been hallucinating.
Maria, who's seeking a more spiritual side to her life, starts hallucinating that she's being visited by God (Richard Collins-Moore, a U.K. actor based in Spain).
After a five-day methamphetamine binge, William Porubsky was hallucinating, screaming and bleeding out of both ears.
At the start of the second hour, Nick hallucinates a vision of Troy.
A month later, her mother, Narelle, was calling her by the wrong name, hallucinating and falling over.
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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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