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The answer key says A is correct. I checked the dictionary and found D) equals A). Is this an idiomatic issue ? Please advise.
1) imaginative or fanciful; remote from reality
• of extraordinary size or degree
• (of a shape or design) bizarre or exotic; seeming more appropriate to a fairy tale than to reality or practical use
2) extraordinarily good or attractive
"Fantastical" only shares the meaning of 1) - not of 2)
... That's why only A) is the correct answer.
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