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the world of imagination or illusion rather than of objective reality.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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They end up in a quasi-delusional
that resembles the real one in the same way a comic book resembles it.
It seems that people don't care, though, provided they can continue to live in their
, my house is filled with these tiny little steampunk bots.
Capturing it from beneath gave me the impression of a
, a little bit of magic.
They hold our debt, they actually own this country, yet the politicians here are living in a artificial
Her shimmering images continue to invite the viewer into a
where the imagination runs free.
Walker is said to have lived in a movie
of heroic and daring accomplishments.
If you really believe there are millions of truly wild quail chicks in the state you are living in a
You're living in
if you think otherwise.
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