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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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It is amazing to realize both the extent to which film-making is influenced and limited by statutes and court decisions, and yet how the results, the fantasized films, affect an era's social norm and social psychology.
Their fantasized, sanitized view of Nazi Gennany might well be retitled Romancing the Reich.
London, June 26 (ANI): Marilyn Manson has revealed that he fantasized killing Evan Rachel Wood after they broke up last year.
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.
Holder's Dougla is hard to top in the realm of fantasized pageants, and here the color and form of an astute visual artist brings together the mix of African and Hindu celebration in an exhilarating wedding ceremony.
For years, chemists have fantasized about molecular scaffolds that would catalyze the tricky chemistry that enzymes foster.
He was compulsively engaged with the world and reveled in its emotional, intellectual, and material textures-yet he constantly fantasized about disappearing from it.
In our blue-collar neighborhood, everybody fantasized about a movie star.