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adjective as in pensive

noun as in absorption

noun as in daydreaming

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The video hit YouTube on May 24, 2007, and Henri's existential musings soon began winning enthusiastic fans.

She might swerve into detailed exposition of past events, but she quickly slingshots back to her more whimsical, inspired musings.

In the months since the pandemic began, I’ve found myself coming back to those musings again and again.

While some will tend to fall into harmful, repetitive thought patterns when their minds are at rest, others will produce more helpful musings.

There’s also an integrated notes tool, should you want to write down personal musings, ideas, or reminders while navigating the web.

Instead, officials are musing about indirect sources of supply, by and through third countries.

The theatrical release of Lincoln means musing about how President Obama compares to his hero and predecessor.

The political media soon chimed in, musing about the cluelessness of the Obama campaign.

My theoretical musing has led me to land on the following scenario.

Last week, for example, he was musing about a world without air-traffic controllers.

He pondered them a moment, his dark eyes musing almost regretfully.

Music followed; Flora played nicely, Meta like a well-taught girl; Ethel went on musing over the engravings.

The old gentleman shook his head, let his arms sadly droop, and appeared to sink into deep musing.

This would suit Kennedy capitally, and musing on the meeting of the morrow, he sank into a doze in the armchair.

“Men pick and choose, it is true,” observed Lady Engleton in a musing tone, as if thinking aloud.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to musing, such as: absorbed, introspective, meditative, and thoughtful.

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