- v. intransitive To continue dreaming.
- used to express skepticism about the possibility of an interlocutor's statement
“Again; with respect unto the manner of their communication, they are called merismoi tou Pneumatos hagiou, Heb.ii. 4, "distributions," or partitions "of the Holy Ghost;" not whereof the Holy Ghost is the subject, as though he were parted or divided, as the Socinians dream on this place, but whereof he is the author, the distributions which he makes.”
“[Page 105] up where the tall rushes wave, twisted together by the twining morning-glory vines; far up where the alligators make great nests in the river-bank, and lay their eggs and stretch themselves in the sunshine, half asleep inside their scaly armor; far up where the hippopotamus is standing in his drowsy dream on the bottom of the river, with the water covering him, head and all.”
“In other ways also Jung alters his views, notably by following Prince in explaining the dream on a broad biological foundation, viewing it as part and parcel of the individual's life-struggle.”
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