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  • n. Plural form of daydream.


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  • When we take any kind of fantasy too seriously, we become either lost in daydreams and miss out on reality, or we become superstitious.

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  • One of my daydreams is that I will someday have the opportunity to disobey them.

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  • You know when one of Babymouse's daydreams is happening because of all the pink.


  • Sometimes, sewing, I discovered a world unknown to me, revealed now in daydreams.

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  • Her daydreams are her only escape from the harsh reality of her day-to-day life.


  • It was the spirit of the old city and the pride of it which helped him to suffer, and in his daydreams was the clanging of 'buses from Charing Cross to the Bank, the lights of the embankment reflected in the dark river, the back yard where he had kept his bicycle, or the suburban garden where he had watered his mother's plants ...

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  • Still can't believe the girl (Eva Amurri) from his daydreams was the same one in "Saved".

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  • Those are not "daydreams" which are "still [sic] crowded with images of the Final Solution": they are memories, dark contemporary ratifications of a time-honored Jewish self-image.

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  • I've also always been really good at disappearing into "daydreams" and becoming emotionally affected by whatever horrible or good thing I'm daydreaming about.

    Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums

  • Now what kind of daydreams can a twelve-year-old kid work up on an ice cream and pastry high?”

    The Luxembourg Run


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