Simple past tense and past participle of hallucinate.(verb)
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Use "hallucinated" in a sentence
"And then, to my amazement, she accepts as fact the proposition that some men on the battlefield have been "hallucinated," and proceeds to give the theory of sensory hallucination."
"Many people believe that party pills are non-addictive; but most of them have shown serious side-effects, such as hallucinated vision, spasms, teeth gritting, nausea, sweating, increased heart rate, high BP levels, anxiety, and depression."
"'hallucinated' Magdalens, conducting grand picnics in that 'charming' climate, and making life a May day, is not the world's mighty Deliverer; and his miracle-mongering demagogue, claiming to be the Son of David in lying genealogies, and the Son of God in blasphemous audacity, is not the world's Teacher of all Truth and Righteousness."