fantasize


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fantasize

(făn′tə-sīz′)
v. fanta·sized, fanta·sizing, fanta·sizes
v.tr.
To portray in the mind; imagine.
v.intr.
To indulge in fantasies.
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Women were found to think more frequently than men in "being forced to have sex"-they fantasize about it at least once in life.
Although that didn't look to be a sensational race, Fantasize won well enough, but so far she hasn't really progressed at the rate expected.
Russian Rhythm and Fantasize will be joined by nine other fillies in the pounds 250,000 contest in which the former - currently trading as short as 4-9 with Bet365 - is bidding to become the first filly since One In A Million in 1979 to complete the 1,000 Guineas-Coronation double.
Fantasize showed she is going the right way by winning on her seasonal debut this year, beating subsequent Lingfield Oaks Trial third Heavenly Bay half a length in a Listed race at Ascot at the end of last month.
The ability or propensity to fantasize is a major trait that humanizes.
But I know my wife also fantasizes about her former suitor.
The two groups showed about the same levels of intelligence, psychological health, hypnotizability, and tendency to fantasize, the researchers hold.
Dialogue is broadcast into our earphones and actor-dancers mime in the windows: two spinsters fantasize about go-go boys; newlyweds make love; an old couple spats; a cop grills a suspect; a New York family kvetches; an immigrant adjusts to urban life; an artist throws a trendy party.