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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of daydream.

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Examples

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

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

    Page 3

  • 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.

    Alba

  • 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."

    Psychos, Obsessives And Other Loons

  • 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.

    Alba

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

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: New Moms

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

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: New Moms

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

    History of a Suicide

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

    History of a Suicide

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

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