- v. present participle of fantasize.
“By parallel reasoning, of course, any kind of fantasizing is on the same “moral continuum,” with or without visual aids.”
“January 8th, 2010 at 8: 18 pm tombaker says: righteous revenge fantasies lead to Columbine-type events. righteous revenge fantasizing, is all i ever hear these righties (or the terrorist leaders) doing. too much dirty harry – not enough gran torino.”
“I know fantasizing is a comfort to many, but do you really find it notable that not everyone cares for it as you do? the truth Says:”
“Liberals may find psychological relief in fantasizing Republican opposition is nothing more than a reflexive paternal authoritarian reaction to a Democrat special interest, but that would be another misjudgment.”
“Or do you believe that fantasizing is a reasonable substitute for thought?”
“So immersed was I in fantasizing about my parents’ reaction on seeing me that I was oblivious of the stiff breeze blowing on my face.”
“Mr. Faulkner, who volunteers with AIDS charities and at the Church of Saint Paul the Apostle, recalled fantasizing in September about getting involved with the event after spying the tents being erected across the street from his apartment.”
“Negative future fantasizing aka worry about the future”
“This flood of new information, instead of enriching us, is dumbing down and "fantasizing" our culture, making us less able to comprehend and respond to complex real world challenges.”
“Given all that, your conclusion that this was Heinlein fantasizing which is an unoriginal indictment in any case really seems like more of an ad hominem attack than a reasoned argument.”
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