Use fantastick in a sentence

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Fantastick

[fanˈtastik]

ADJECTIVE

Synonyms

tremendous, remarkable, great, terrific, enormous, huge, striking, impressive, outstanding, phenomenal,

"Fantastick" in Example Sentences

1. 1. fantastick definition: Adjective (comparative more fantastick, superlative most fantastick) 1. Obsolete form of fantastic. 2. Definition of trip the light fantastic in the Idioms Dictionary. trip the light fantastic phrase. What does trip the light fantastic expression mean?
2. Sentence with the word fantastick. Therefore, if I took Milton's original lines and replaced "fantastick" with "academick", let's see how it looks like:The fantastick bounces of the Tamborine invited the heart to mirth and every note going to the boundary of the grove, seem'd to return in search of others but that instant struck from the instrument or voice.
3. fantastick definition: Adjective (comparative more fantastick, superlative most fantastick) 1. Obsolete form of fantastic.
4. Dance, as in Let's go out tonight and trip the light fantastic.This expression was originated by John Milton in L'Allegro (1632): "Come and trip it as ye go, On the light fantastick toe." The idiom uses trip in the sense of "a light, tripping step," and although fantastick was never the name of any particular dance, it survived and was given revived currency in James W. Blake's immensely

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