I’d like to paint a Phantasmagoria one day


WORD OF THE DAY
Phantasmagoria
fan-taz-mə-gohr-ee-ə
Part of speech: noun
Origin: French & Greek, early 19th century
1

A dreamlike state in which images both real or imagined blur together

2

A constantly changing series of scenes or events that shift in color and intensity

Examples of Phantasmagoria in a sentence

“On the ride home, he unfocused his eyes so that the lights outside his window raced past in a brilliant phantasmagoria.”

“The speed at which news happens and is communicated can blur into a confusing phantasmagoria of voices.”

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