As the artists put it in their essay, they ended up with “chimeric deities, hybrid talismans, and surreal stellae”.
His writings usually identify an enemy, such as the U.S. government, minorities, or the chimeric Zionist Occupation Government.
What vast effort has been wasted in this chimeric hope is truly unimaginable.
I am swept away and overwhelmed by some chimeric longing that has no name.
He spoke of the fictitious quarries, of the railways on paper, of the chimeric liners disappearing in their own steam.
chimeric chi·mer·ic (kī-měr'ĭk, -mēr'-)
Relating to a chimera.
Composed of parts of different origin.