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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of daydream.

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Examples

  • Downstairs, Kim made a teenage fortress of her bedroom, her books and papers strewn across her bed, where she did her homework or daydreamed.

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  • The room twirled in time; I dozed and daydreamed back to the past three Christmases.

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  • Most of the time he lay on his back and looked at the sky, the same one that arched over Ricardo Flores, and he daydreamed of Alba — her bronze skin, her black hair, the shame and joy on her face as she revealed herself to him.

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  • When Morvern Callar discovers that her boyfriend has cut his own throat, she hardly reacts at all: "There was fright but I'd daydreamed how I'd be."

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  • We had daydreamed about moving to Mexico and searched the websites for information.

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  • I would get that same stick applied to my arse if Kenet drew frits in the margins of a book or daydreamed instead of reading his assigned chapter.

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  • We paid the rent, utilities, grocery bills, and daydreamed because that was all we could afford to do.

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  • For anyone with an overactive imagination or has even just daydreamed during class, GOGO MONSTER offers an emotional tale that shows how what we see and imagine, whether real or imaginary, shapes our personality in profound ways.

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  • As I daydreamed, I could feel the wind blowing in my face, riding so fast I had to squint to keep it out of my eyes.

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  • Lena had read about, watched movies, and even daydreamed about a moment like this.

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