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- n. One who daydreams.
- n. A person who wastes time daydreaming of accomplishments instead of accomplishing things.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One given to daydreams.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who indulges in day-dreams; a fanciful, sanguine schemer; one given to indulging in reveries or to building castles in the air.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who indulges in idle or absentminded daydreaming
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I am not good at following orders and I've always been a bit of a daydreamer.
It's nice when a daydreamer as gifted as Brown decides to unlock that dear diary inside her head, if only for a while.
I'm a daydreamer and a realist — two pieces of my psyche in constant conflict.
While boys may be hyperactive and more visible for teachers, the typical girl with ADD is most often quiet, a daydreamer and unfortunately overlooked.
Audrey Binkowski says her 12-year-old son Erek is "a daydreamer, a reader, staring off into space."
Restructuring a team is always likely to have a trace of idealism about it, but the manager is far too severe to be a daydreamer for long.
Eliza was clearly not the only daydreamer in the room.
During his school years he was told repeatedly that he was lazy and a daydreamer.
He was round and plain, a daydreamer, a stutterer.
These were some of the ways my fourteen-year-old brain worked and these conclusions of mine made sense to me, but again, until reading The Search for Bridey Murphy, I had no outside confirmation that I was anything other than a wild daydreamer.