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  • noun Plural form of daymare.

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Examples

  • Kowsar, a political cartoonist and blogger who left Iran for Canada seven years ago, detailed the trauma of colleagues who have recently been imprisoned in Iran, including "daymares," headaches, insomnia and paranoia.

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  • As I moved from room to room, my mind drifted into darkness and daymares of what I would do if I were to become infected tonight.

    Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile

  • His early drawings are daymares of January 12 -- people running in the street who have lost a foot or an arm.

    Dyane Jean François: The Children's Place

  • As I moved from room to room, my mind drifted into darkness and daymares of what I would do if I were to become infected tonight.

    Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile

  • I need the Men In Black to pull out the neuralyzer and erase my memory of these two wack ass albums so I won't have daymares & night terrors then dispose of them for me.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • I need the Men In Black to pull out the neuralyzer and erase my memory of these two wack ass albums so I won't have daymares & night terrors then dispose of them for me.

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  • Pavarotti and mention of your breasts is giving me daymares; top totty Pavarotti may bring in the hits but not if you have a modicum of imagination.

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  • In some daymares, I have Tessa and I hauling the kid around in a Baby Bjorn as we walk over the mountains into Canada like the Von Trapp family escaping the Anschluss.

    leo-nard bern-stein

  • In some daymares, I have Tessa and I hauling the kid around in a Baby Bjorn as we walk over the mountains into Canada like the Von Trapp family escaping the Anschluss.

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  • Part of that probably comes from the fact that I had nightmares and daymares for a week leading up to my presentation in his class that I would give my evidence, make my argument, and he would just look at me and say "No."

    Archive 2005-11-01

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