Definition of 'chimerical'
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Set in a chimerical world of medieval magicians and time-travel robotics, it revelled in sword fights and moulded latex monsters.AN OLDER WOMAN (2001)
Because it offers resistance, however chimerical, to the teeth.THE SAVAGE GIRL (2001)
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