Definition of hallucinatory
1 : tending to produce hallucination hallucinatory drugs
2 : resembling, involving, or being a hallucination hallucinatory dreams a hallucinatory figure
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Every aspect of the work — the disjunctive scale of its subjects, the spatial illogic and the crisp, ghostly forms — reinforces the hallucinatory quality.
Co-penned with Disclosure collaborator Jimmy Napes, the track is a synth-pop dream, and its hallucinatory video (above) brings that feeling to life.
Melodically grinding guitars and cymbal-susurrating rhythms surround lustrously fragile female vocals for a head trip of hallucinatory sensuality.
His seductive prose twists and turns, deftly matching hallucinatory content with form.
Director Hui’s screenplay has its imaginative moments, most notably a hallucinatory episode after the couple ingests toxic blowfish.
But the outlines of his proposal, released Wednesday, are nothing short of hallucinatory.
But many are as dark and hallucinatory as the book deserves, offering brilliant new takes on the world of Wonderland.
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First Known Use of hallucinatory
Medical Definition of hallucinatory
hallucinatorily\-ˌtōr-ə-lē, -ˌtȯr-\play adverb
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