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- n. An imaginary land, such as experienced while dreaming.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A pleasing country existing only in dreams or imagination; a fantasy land.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A world of dreams or illusive shows.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a pleasing country existing only in dreams or imagination
Will is living is a freakin dreamworld like the rest of the conservatives.
But now that we're all plugged into the Matrix, will we basically conjure up a "dreamworld" that feels very much like the "real world?"
Halfway through the movie, I realized that I was translating the events into a separate story in my head: I was imagining a painful, naturalistic story underneath the one being presented by the film, and so the film became a kind of dreamworld that the "real" Kitten in my mind used as an escape.
One, for example, which said in substance that ‘psychopaths shut themselves up in a world of their own, a dreamworld which is more important to them than reality’.
Joe, you’ve already shown that you live in some kind of dreamworld where even though repubs control all branches of government and a broad swath of the mainstream media, Democrats are somehow to blame for the mess we’re in today.
A literal translation of the dreamworld I was speaking of above:
“Twelve thousand units”, he thought as he sank deeper into his dreamworld.
The Kansas cyclone that whisks Dorothy into a dreamworld is evoked through vorticist projections the work of Jon Driscoll that betoken chaos in the cosmos.
Imagine a dreamworld where a potion can get millions to watch Undercover Boss.
But if you read his "prose" as poetry many things open up and point beyond the literal to his dreamworld (or other places and things) and how it functions.
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