'That is strange,' I said, assenting, as when there is such a hallucination it is best to do.
Was it a hallucination?
He might be under a hallucination; but his head was clear enough, and I did not think him so ill as everybody else did.
But he was never entirely cured of his hallucination, and, exasperated by the vexations he was subjected to by the Viennese Government, even in the asylum, the great patriot put an end to his own life on April 8, 1860, by a pistol-shot.
"Not deer-skin," says science, "but amber; not miracle, but faith-cure; not prophetic insight, but thought-transference; not apparition, but hallucination."
One hallucination in particular took a strong hold on his credulity.
heresy &c (heterodoxy) 984; hallucination &c (insanity) 503; false light &c (fallacy of vision) 443; dream &c (fancy) 515; fable &c (untruth) 546; bias &c (misjudgment) 481; misleading &c v.. V. be erroneous &c adj.. cause error; mislead, misguide; lead astray, lead into error; beguile, misinform &c (misteach) 538
Almost ashamed to make the search, now convinced it was all an hallucination of the senses, he crossed the narrow passageway and opened the door.
The hallucination passes off, however, with the silvery tones of the orator, and the exhilarating fumes of the liquor which inspired it.
Some declare that his energy is due to an hallucination that they are German generals.
Motionless she lay on the sofa, looking at the grey November day with vague eyes that bespoke an obsession of hallucination.
We looked over the book of reports, and found seven-eighths of the female patients to have become deranged from love; whilst, with the majority of the males, the hallucination proceeded from disappointments of ambition.
I saw her in Boston the other day, and the Venus hallucination is shattered, but the yellow bells look just the same, proving" "That every prospect pleases And man (or woman) alone is vile," interpolated Evan.
I was returning, as I thought, delivered from a dreadful hallucination, to the scene of duties which I longed to enter upon.
In her hope breathes again, and she smiles like one who thinks he is going to hear that he will not die, but as the old pain returns when the last portion of the deceptive sentence is spoken, so despair came back to her when remembrance pierced the cloud of hallucination, and told her that all was not a dreamthere was something that was worse than a dream.
And she could not but doubt now but that the face she had known him so long by was a fictitious face, and as the hallucination strengthened, she saw his large mild eyes grow small, and that vague dreamy look turn to the dull liquorish look, the chin came forward, the brows contracted ...
The Hollywood hallucination.
No theory of hallucination suffices for the facts.
The metamorphosis was complete, and Max's hallucination, I felt sure, would be cured.
Her hallucination was so monstrous, and gave me such a shock of desperate alarm, that I spoke, on the impulse of the moment, with great energy, without regarding how her feelings might be wounded.
But I knew that I was awake now, and yet here lay twono, three (for there was still another arm)hard, undeniable, material proofs that what I had thought was hallucination, might have been reality.
The father was possessed of the insane hallucination that he was the greatest poet that ever lived.
The old host, still under the influence of his hallucination, is bearing down like a hawk (with his old bent elbow extended) on Barbara, until intercepted and redirected by a whispered roar and graphic pantomime on the part of his nephew.
Ah, an hallucination!
"Some people begin by a plunge, as it were, and under some unusual stimulus become able just for once to see some striking vision; and very often in such a case, because the experience does not repeat itself, the seer comes in time to believe that on that occasion he must have been the victim of hallucination.