daydream[ dey-dreem ]SEE DEFINITION OF daydream
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To console myself I read and re-read your letters and daydream about the future.
At last I had him dead right: broadside to me and motionless as if in a daydream.
The normal time for a daydream is the time when there is no real act to be performed.
These also are play of imagination, even freer from control and criticism than the daydream.
Ellie's eyes show that she is not arguing, but in a daydream.
The scene of the daydream is sufficient for a pilgrimage at nineteen.
For hours one could browse around at ease among the ruins, and smoke and daydream.
He liked to daydream, for everything came out just as he wished; there was no discordant note.
Do not go through life in a daydream, but keep a sharp lookout for things of interest and value.
Leaving him mixed up with his daydream, she took herself off before he could retract, or modify, or in any way spoil the story.
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