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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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In fine, Phelps has extended her accounting through literal to fantasized economies, and perhaps it was inevitable that she would make a show about her sex life.
The costumes in particular were most readily appropriable by men (and women) who fantasized about being Nijinsky--even if they didn't fancy being gay.
If you knew what I have fantasized doing to Jim Baker and his hair plugs, for starters, you would be shocked.
For years, chemists have fantasized about molecular scaffolds that would catalyze the tricky chemistry that enzymes foster.
I strongly doubt that Tchaikovsky fantasized about Birds of Black Thoughts (actually men in black leather) driving a flock of White Swans (women in white tutus) from the stage, or dancing on a table under smoky lights as in Maurice Bejart's Bolero.
If you ever fantasized about a John Waters musical in which the cast overruns an electric-organ store at the mail, No Comprendo is the answer to your prayers.
As Robert Rosenblum points out in his excellent essay in Paintings, Photographs & Time Experiments, 1950, "The fantasized history of a gay subculture in America is a constant inspiration to McDermott & McGough's reconstructions of same-sex desire repressed by the convoluted rituals of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century decorum.
Participants described themselves as gay, felt sexually attracted to other men, fantasized mainly about men, and engaged in sex always or mainly with men.