fantasy (n.) Old form(s): Fantasie
whim, caprice, fancy
KJ V.vii.18[Prince Henry to Pembroke, of death affecting King John's mind] which he pricks and wounds / With many legions of strange fantasies
Oth III.iii.296[Emilia alone, of Iago] but to please his fantasy
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