Instead he fastidiously organizes and fleshes out the fantastical worlds of his own making.
Her fantastical accumulations of detritus and throwaway goods can seem to pack more whimsy than wallop.
And nothing seems quite so fantastical any more as the notion of Washington figuring their way out of this mess on their own.
late 14c., "existing only in imagination," from Middle French fantastique (14c.), from Medieval Latin fantasticus, from Late Latin phantasticus "imaginary," from Greek phantastikos "able to imagine," from phantazein "make visible" (middle voice phantazesthai "picture to oneself"); see phantasm. Trivial sense of "wonderful, marvelous" recorded by 1938.