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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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Courtney's argument is that Guess does not depict an interracial love and marriage but that it fantasizes white patriarchal dominancy, which is secured at the end by the white father's assenting speech, which concludes the whole day's turmoil among the family.
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.
Confirming the presence of Fantasize, to be ridden by Johnny Murtagh, Cheveley Park Stud managing director Chris Richardson said: "Fantasize is going to run.
With the Derby and Oaks trials out of the way, the Sussex track stages less noteworthy fare, but if there is a star ready to emerge from the card, then Fantasize certainly fits the bill.
The ability or propensity to fantasize is a major trait that humanizes.
We have to draw the line and say it's OK for me to sit here and fantasize about violently raping anybody I want.
Since we get more passionate in bed when we fantasize about other people, we agreed to be open about it and assured ourselves that no illicit affair would come out of them.
It's much more fun to fantasize about revenge than to act on it.
Doesn't any archaeologist fantasize that the mute shards under her lens might come alive?
Yes, it's OK (probably even healthy) to fantasize about getting back at somebody when you've been bashed.
The opening race at Ascot (2.10) doesn't look particularly strong for a Listed event but even so Fantasize looks worth avoiding at likely short odds.
But when I am with a woman I fantasize about having sex with a man, and when I am with a man I fantasize about women; this is my body's way of creating balance.