Mathematicians are poets, except that they have to prove what their fantasy creates.
He lives in a world of fantasy.
Brenda lives in a fantasy world. She doesn't realise that not everyone is as kind as she is.
All this was mere fantasy
Walt DIsney made fantasy films.
I don't really like fantasy films ‐ I prefer period dramas.
Reality and fantasy are hard to distinguish.
Fantasy is often the mother of art.
In his fantasy, he imagined he was a famous writer.
When an average person sends a message in a bottle, it's just a childish fantasy. When Christopher Columbus sends a message in a bottle, the fate of an entire country is at stake.
A talking dictionary is no longer a fantasy.
Once in a while, the prophet indulges in fantasy.
Can't you divorce fantasy from reality?
English word "幻想"(fantasy) occurs in sets:特点 - Characteristics
I never for a moment imagined I'd be able to afford to live in such a fancy house.
... fine, nice, nothing really fancy but on the pricier...
i don't need a fancy house or a fast car
I fancy shopping here – there are many fashionable clothes to choose from.
Fancy forgetting my glasses, it's so embarrassing.
Bob mounted the portrait in a fancy frame, but it was upside down.
This expression has really caught my fancy, as a type of English metaphorical expression not in Japanese.
I fancy that most people who think at all have done a great deal of their thinking in the first fourteen years.
lt's like fancy cheese in an old guy's mouth.
That's quite a fancy suit you've got, not your usual style.
It is difficult to separate fact from fancy.
He fancies himself as a bit of a singer. [+ to infinitive] Who do you fancy to win the Cup this year? [+ (that)] literary I fancied (that) I saw something moving in the corner.
The pretty lace blouse had a fancy embroidered trimming.
This cemetery even has its own site, and there is a page “News” on it! Can you fancy news from the graveyard?!