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- v. Present participle of daydream.
- n. An instance of daydreaming; a daydream or reverie.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. absentminded dreaming while awake
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A new study by University of British Columbia researchers, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, suggests that daydreaming is an extremely active, cognitively complex mental state:
In all of this Supreme Court daydreaming, is any rightwinger going to say outright, “Everything we said about “judicial activism” was pure smokescreen”?
Thinking/daydreaming is essential to my process and coming to understand and see this as a respectable part of the writing process this has enabled me to embrace it.
Now the daydreaming is back -- in career form (of sorts).
The most surprising Democrat to engage in this daydreaming is one who never dated Dean in the first place: Peter Beinart, editor of the New Republic.
Strive as I would, ever my fancy eluded my will and wantoned in daydreaming of the good things I had eaten and of the good things
Gyanendra was "daydreaming" - a surprising display of disrespect to the former monarch.
Whether P.V. Narasimha Rao, the then prime minister, was 'daydreaming' - as the judge's report suggests - or actually taking an indolent Sunday afternoon nap while the Babri mosque was being demolished is no longer terribly important.
With huge big dollops of Superman, Batman and Spiderman respectively, cause obviously I'd want to give a nod to the Big Three in a pulp metafiction sorta way, cause who doesn't love a bit of pastiche and -- look, daydreaming is my job, OK?))
That may sound like funny advice, since daydreaming is something that’s generally discouraged, whether in school or in business meetings.
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