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daydream

a usually nonpathological reverie that occurs while a person is awake. The content is usually the imagined fulfillment of wishes that are not disguised.

daydream

Mental musing or fantasy while awake.
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Experienced gamers will appreciate the throwback style of Daydreamer and the many innovations that make it fun to play," says Womack.
His dad's job as a telephone engineer required the family to move regularly, which unsettled the youngster and led to him being a daydreamer.
He also sold 25million records - including UK hit Daydreamer - and, at his peak, was the world's highest-paid musical entertainer.
He became a clerk in an undertaker's office, which provided inspiration for his book and play Billy Liar, the story of a daydreamer planning his escape from an undertaker's job.
ADELE - 19 Daydreamer opens proceedings in fine style, its stripped-down arrangement letting Adele's powerful voice shine.
Annie was bright but she was labelled a daydreamer because she apparently lacked concentration.
He sang one of his great numbers Daydreamer wearing a Union Jack.
In Happy Birthday Shakespeare, Dervla plays Kate Green, the pragmatic wife of confused daydreamer Will - Neil Morrissey.
novel, DAYDREAMER, and read it out loud for inspiration.
Based on the classic James Thurber novel, it first hit the big screen in 1947 with Danny Kaye as the titular daydreamer.
In the charts STILL as the top 40 years ago was heartthrob David Cassidy with Daydreamer.