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Arctic Circle an imaginary line drawn around the earth parallel to the equator which marks the boundary of the Arctic. North of this line there are periods of continuous night in the winter and continuous day in the summer.
axis a real or imaginary line through the center of an object, around which the object turns. [1/2 definitions]
dragon an imaginary monster that looks like a giant lizard with wings, claws, and a long tail. In stories or pictures, dragons breathe fire and often guard a place or treasure.
elf an imaginary small creature that looks like a human and has magical powers.
equator the imaginary circle around the earth that is halfway between the North and South Poles.
fairy an imaginary tiny creature in human form, thought to have magic powers.
fairy tale a story that tells of magical events and creatures in a make-believe world. The stories usually take place in an imaginary past time and often involve characters such as knights and kings and princesses.
giant an imaginary being who looks like a person but has enormous size and strength. [1/3 definitions]
longitude distance on the earth's surface east or west of an imaginary line on the globe that goes from the north pole to the south pole and passes through Greenwich, England. Longitude is usually measured in degrees.
make-believe not real; imaginary. [1/2 definitions]
meridian an imaginary circle around the earth that passes through the North and the South Pole, or either half of such a circle from one pole to the other. [1/2 definitions]
mermaid an imaginary sea creature with the head and upper body of a woman and the lower body and tail of a fish.
monster a large, frightening imaginary creature. [1/4 definitions]
mythical not real; not existing in fact; imaginary. [1/2 definitions]
parallel any of the imaginary lines that circle the earth in the same direction as the equator. Parallels mark degrees of latitude. [1/5 definitions]
tilt at windmills1 to battle against imaginary enemies or offenses.
underworld an imaginary world beneath the earth's surface where dead people and spirits live. [1/2 definitions]
zodiac an imaginary belt in the heavens that includes the paths of the sun, moon, and planets as seen from the earth. The zodiac is divided into twelve equal signs or parts. Each part is named for a constellation that appears within the belt.