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In black fantastic shapes, dumb shadows crawl into the corners of the room and crouch there.
In proportion as the modern class struggle develops and takes definite shape, this fantastic standing apart from the contest, these fantastic attacks on it, lose all practical value and all theoretical justification.
Puff, I say, and suck in thy fantastic life with the smoke
Fruits are acceptable gifts, because they are the flower of commodities, and admit of fantastic values being attached to them.
Nothing could be more weird than the appearance of these seemingly basaltic summits; they stood out in fantastic profile against the sombre sky, and the beholder might have fancied them to be the legendary ruins of some vast city of the middle ages, such as the icebergs of the polar seas sometimes mimic them in nights of gloom.
I amused myself by thinking that in his choice of books he showed pleasantly the irreconcilable sides of his fantastic nature.
And on that fact and that basis he began to construct a fantastic edifice of hypothesis, that card-castle of philosophers; then, suddenly returning once more to reality, "Come
On the way back Nicholas drove at a steady pace instead of racing and kept peering by that fantastic all-transforming light into Sonya's face and searching beneath the eyebrows and mustache for his former and his present Sonya from whom he had resolved never to be parted again.
The warriors were still some little distance away, advancing slowly, making, after the manner of their kind, a frightful din with their savage yells and the pounding of their naked feet upon the ground as they leaped up and down in a fantastic war dance.
He made his face into fantastic grimaces until he looked like a pictured devil on a Japanese kite.
To those untravelled there, the traveller's account must always seem unintelligible and fantastic.
Barbicane and Nicholl looked upon the lunar map from a very different point of view to that of their fantastic friend.