phantasm definition

  • noun:
    • Something evidently seen but having no actual reality; a phantom or an apparition. Also referred to as phantasma.
    • An illusory psychological image. Also known as phantasma.
    • In Platonic viewpoint, objective reality as thought of and altered because of the five sensory faculties.
    • something seen but having no actual reality; a phantom or apparition.
    • a picture formed because of the mind, and supposed to be genuine or product; a shadowy or airy appearance; occasionally, an optical illusion; a phantom; a dream.
    • a mental picture or representation of a proper item; an elegant; a notion.
    • An apparition; a specter; a vision; an illusion or hallucination.
    • a notion; an elegant; an excellent thought.
    • especially, in current usage, a phantom or apparition; the imagined look of you, whether living or dead, in a spot in which his body is certainly not on top of that.
    • Synonyms Phantom, Apparition, etc. See ghost.
    • In therapy: A memory-image.
    • a graphic of imagination.
    • a ghostly appearing figure
    • one thing existing in perception just

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