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- verb transitive To
dismissfrom the imaginationas though never dreamed.
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So if it is in my power to undream their dreams, to give the future to another people, who is to say that it's wrong?
It was like a dream, the going down-stairs in the light and brightness, and listening to the soft sweep of the satin train; but it was singularly undream-like to be startled as she was by the rushing of a huge Spanish mastiff, which bounded down the steps behind her, and bounding upon her dress, nearly knocked her down.
And yet from the ruined castle of the Weibertreue Kerner pointed out to us a man walking along the road, and that man was the very incarnation of all that was sober, rational, and undream-like; for it was David Strauss, author of the "Life of Jesus."
Charles Manson's sentence commuted, conviction changed from 'MASS MURDER' to 'mass Mischief "under new' warm fuzzy 'rules #tcot undream Surprise: Your Biological Father May Be Charles Manson -