1 The fact that he had no right to show his feelings, and thus provoke the expression of hers, made him attach a fantastic importance to every change in her look and tone.
2 His establishment was more fantastic than any cross-roads store.
3 The local Four Hundred also report that he is a great hand at shaking the light fantastic tootsies in the dance.
4 A reed hut on fantastic piles above the mud of a jungle river.
5 He had even invented some, to which he had given fantastic names, and for whose manufacture he required diverse ingredients that it devolved upon Edna to procure for him.
6 The champagne was cold, and its subtle fumes played fantastic tricks with Edna's memory that night.
7 She vacantly hummed a fantastic tune as she poked at the wood embers on the hearth and munched a cracker.
8 His tobacco pouch, which he laid upon the table, was a fantastic embroidered silk affair, evidently the handiwork of a woman.
9 There were lounging chairs and sofas, window seats covered with soft cushions of fantastic designs; there was one corner fitted in Persian fashion, with a huge canopy and a jeweled lamp beneath.
10 All beneath the fantastic limbs and ragged tree tops, which were, here and there, dimly painted against the starry zenith, lay alike in shadowed obscurity.
11 To the north stretched the limpid, and, as it appeared from that dizzy height, the narrow sheet of the "holy lake," indented with numberless bays, embellished by fantastic headlands, and dotted with countless islands.
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12 They lay twisted in fantastic contortions.
13 He strove to express his loyalty, but he could only make fantastic gestures.
14 This instant's hesitation seemed to fill him with a tremendous, fantastic contempt, and he damned them in shrieked sentences.
15 It would have been an empty stage if it were not for a few corpses that lay thrown and twisted into fantastic shapes upon the sward.