Definition of 'hallucinatory'
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For one odd, hallucinatory moment she thought she saw herself and Violet Trent among them, faces blank under their smart little hats.THE WHITE DOVE (2001)
So the hallucinatory conversations went on, seldom elevated above this chatty level, and when they were, only fleetingly so.GALILEE (2001)
The flickering hallucinatory drowsiness paradoxically allowed him to see more, see clearly, unhampered by the shadows cast by work, by Anna.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2001)
After that everything took on a kind of red hallucinatory nimbus and he became uncertain of events for a while.THE LONGEST WAY HOME (2001)
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