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noun as in absentmindedness

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Some kids are prone to letting their minds wander and daydreaming.

It was called Windowsill Daydreaming, Rochester, New York, from 1958, and, despite its corny name, it stopped me in my tracks.

After all, my act of rebellion fizzled in a picture called Window Daydreaming.

Those that have been daydreaming of a way to be able to play Vita games on their TV will be pleased….

I am sitting at the piano daydreaming one afternoon, and it occurs to me that I will never get married.

The old men doze off, and the young fellows get to daydreaming or fooling around.

It is a mistake to assume, as some have done, that this faculty for daydreaming was a legacy of the opium-eating.

Daydreaming about visiting another age may be pleasant, but the reality is something else again.

My daydreaming stops, for suddenly Hotlips is grabbing my arm and pointing out the window.

Philon came out of his daydreaming to see MacDonald coming into view around the corner of a living room ell.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to daydreaming, such as: reverie, woolgathering, and brown study.

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