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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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Professional cake-maker Diane even presented Cassidy, whose hits included Cherish, Daydreamer and I Think I Love You, with a creation she baked for him when she met him on the Isle of Wight.
Lennie Lawrence today labelled his Cardiff City team daydreamers after watching them concede 12 goals in six winless pre-season matches.
BRITAIN is a nation of daydreamers but what fires people's imagination varies wildly, a new survey revealed yesterday.
Yorkshire used to play only cricketers born within their county borders, and Sir John Hall dreamed of 11 Geordies playing for Newcastle - but nowadays that is for daydreamers.
Fifth placed Sophia Sarries moved up into a play-off berth after the withdrawal of the Daydreamers and then caused the upset of the night by defeating second placed Marlborough Maniacs by 5-3 thanks to a hat-trick of tries by classy exWales outside-half Dai Evans.
Lancaster Elementary School's Daydreamers Choir is inviting the public to its performance in a holiday program at 6:15 p.
Now and then however there's a glimmer insight, And in this strange event usually happens at night, When in bed the tension of attempting recall, Images flicker and dance at the daydreamers ball.
The tramps and the Nads face each other in the playoffs after each notching up 50 wins over the Daydreamers and Cardiff Medicals respectively.
Lancaster Elementary School's Daydreamers choir will sing oldies and contemporary pop at fund-raising concerts Sept.
In the women's division, leaders The DBs have a fivepoint lead but the Daydreamers earned themselves a playoff place following a 42 victory over the Eversheds, with captain Betsan Thomas scoring twice.