Definition of 'phantasm'
Example sentences containing 'phantasm'
She looked troubled but shook her head; she said it was a phantasm and warned me to tell no one else.A SHRINE OF MURDERS (2002)
A warm body up against his flesh, too warm, too real, to be a phantasm of the night.THE LONGEST WAY HOME (2002)
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Definition of phantasm from the Collins English Dictionary
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