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fantast

(făn′tăst) [Gr. phantasia, imagination]
A daydreamer.
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Everything is in place here now - a fantast ic stadium and a fantast ic training ground.
We were disappointed but, as a 21-year-old, it was a fantast ic experience.
He said: "All my mates thought it was fantast ic I was playing against the likes of Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs.
He has signed fantast ic players and there is brilliant competition for places.
He needs encouraging but there is no doubt he has fantast ic attributes.
Forster said: "It was brilliant for a f i rst game here and a fantast ic performance to get the three points.
Bougie had a fantast ic tackle with the game goalless and that spurred us on.
Phil promised him a fantast ic exit and Bil l was absolutely delighted.
Pal Andy Lothian said: "He was a fantast ic person.
Deirdre, from Longniddry, East Lothian, said: "It's a fantast ic honour.