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NounEdit

fantasist ‎(plural fantasists)

  1. One who creates fantasies.
    • 2008 Oct 31 James Bond fantasist jailed by James Sturcke and agencies in The Guardian.co.uk
      A fantasist was beginning a two-year stint behind bars today for conning police into thinking he was a James Bond-style secret agent.
  2. One living in a fantasy world.
  3. A writer who writes in the fantasy style.

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  • "The words beside the boxes read: 'Hooker, Liar, Porn Star, Fantasist, Trouble Maker, Shoplifter'." [1]
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