Synonyms & Antonyms : Fanciful


( Adjective )

His fanciful paintings are more popular in USA than in England.








Contextual Examples:

He is always haunted by his imaginary fear of failure in business.

The actions of diplomats must never be capricious.

She lives in an unreal world of make-believe.

His essay on the car and feeding of husbands is pleasantly whimsical.

The artist’s imaginative use of color delighted the critics.

The director received fantastic praise from the audience for his new play.








Contextual Examples :

His positive role in organizing the meeting so successfully was greatly appreciated.

His role in this film is highly realistic. It seemed he actually lived the character he played.

A substantial amount of oil has been dug and drilled in this terrain.

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