- n a ghostly appearing figure
- n something existing in perception only
- This floating world is but a phantasm.
- A grotesque phantasm of further mutilations follows.
- From this International Enquirer item, Hwang spun a phantasm of multiple myopia: a man preposterously blinded by love, a European culture blinkered by imperialist prejudice in its .
- Sergio RamÃrez in guardian.co.uk
The revolution of the 1980s doesn't exist. It's a phantasm,said Sergio RamÃrez, a writer who served as vice-president under Ortega in the 1980s but later broke away.
- Don Coscarelli in MovieWeb
I am proud to have my Phantasm films included in the Anchor Bay Collection,noted Don Coscarelli. "DVD fans around the world buy Anchor Bay special editions because they know that thought, care and genuine appreciation of great movies...
- Mary Shelley in JoongAng Daily
...the introduction to her final revision of Frankenstein in 1831, Shelley said she was inspired by a dream in which a scientist applied electricity to "the thing he had put together" and then "the hideous phantasm of a man" showed...