Definition of fantasticate in English:

fantasticate

Line breaks: fan|tas¦ti|cate
Pronunciation: /fanˈtastɪkeɪt
 
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verb

[with object] rare
Make (something) seem fanciful or fantastic: I do not think I have fantasticated these accounts
More example sentences
  • All these are either versions of himself or fantasticated versions of how he would be seen.
  • It also looks gorgeous with its versatile setting of four tiered palazzo arches by Simon Pastukh and fantasticated Renaissance costumes by Galina Solovyeva.

Derivatives

fantastication

Pronunciation: /-ˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/
noun
More example sentences
  • Simple truth is, I've served twenty-seven years on this earth and I don't tell crocks or fantastications the way lots of guys like me do to make themselves interesting.
  • The characteristic trait of the later Dickens is that the fantastication leads to grim visionary perception, metaphor carrying him to unanticipated depths.
  • Our surname, Baggio, is similarly well-suited for invention, improvisation, innovation, and fantastication: Badgee-oh; Baggy-oh; Badge-EE-oh; Bug-Eye-oh...

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