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hallucinatory

(hə-lo͞o′sə-nə-tôr′ē)
adj.
1. Of or characterized by hallucination.
2. Inducing hallucination.
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Although "the narrative trips into hallucinatory territory," notes the New York Times Book Review, the intertwined stories are nothing less than believable, based as they are on the all-too-real multibillion-dollar drug and firearms trade between the United States and Mexico.
Their proneness to hallucinatory experiences, and their stress levels, were also assessed.
But some patients reported wild hallucinatory trips and suffered delirium and disorientation.
This hallucinatory novel is almost impossible to summarize, but it is wonderful, and fans of historical fantasy will love it.
Jane Greenwood's costumes and Robert Israel's set take you back to nineteenth-century Denmark, and Barry's script intercuts Andersen's poverty-stricken life with his hallucinatory stories.
Set in a rural landscape and written in a technically conventional mode, the book lacks the hallucinatory fervor and intensity of Hamsun's finest work, including the early masterpiece Hunger (1890), an alienated ramble through Christiania (now Oslo), which arguably marks the birth of the modernist ethos.
It's Ringing, It's Jingling; 1972), was hailed as Estonia's first "psychedelic novel," presumably because it commingled some hallucinatory scenes with a more mundane account of goings-on at a Soviet-style youth summer camp.
His influence can be found in a number of schools of pop songwriting, from confessional singer/songwriter to winding, hallucinatory, stream-of-consciousness narratives.
On "Sometimes, Some Time," the song has a definite hallucinatory shimmer which gives the vocals a sinister undertone, all belied by understated guitar that grounds the whole thing.
This is because of the growing number of young people presenting at A&E departments with serious hallucinatory symptoms that are a danger to themselves and others.
James Lowther, visual arts officer, said: "Many of the Chapmans' favourite themes are found here such as monstrous creatures and hallucinatory scenes bristling with grotesque humour.