Definition of phantasmagorical in English:

phantasmagorical

adjective

See phantasmagoria

  • ‘They released a string of brilliantly weird hits with phantasmagorical Tim Pope videos and amassed huge success in America.’
  • ‘The works are beguilingly small, and in clean acrylic colours on canvas, have a phantasmagorical kaleidoscopic effect, which is dizzying in its intensity.’
  • ‘Its contents were by turns phantasmagorical, hyperreal, surreal, and saturnalian.’
  • ‘The company is the dance equivalent of Salvador Dali, creating weird phantasmagorical worlds.’
  • ‘Increasingly his memories collide with phantasmagorical Circles of Hell and apocalyptic visions.’

Pronunciation

phantasmagorical

/ˌfantazməˈɡɒrɪk(ə)l/