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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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Is your mind on overdrive fantasizing over her fantasies?
HAL BODLEY (USA Today), fantasizing on the first major league evaluation of John Rocker as a major league prospect: "We have a rookie pitcher with a million-dollar arm and nickel head.
How many of your direct reports are fantasizing right now about true health care reform that would allow them to become self-employed?
The above scenes were described to make a point: fantasizing is good if it makes you feel good.
If fantasizing will help you and your wife bring interest in each other and passion back to your marital bed after six years of marriage, then there's nothing wrong with it.
So is the ravishing "From This Moment On," which I can't listen to without fantasizing about the Star Jones-esque wedding I'll never have.
He doesn't get to do much more than kissing, but spends a lot of time fantasizing. The attitudes about friendships ring true and it is refreshing to have a novel for boys about friendship and its value.
His novels are clever sociological reviews of the future that take their beginnings from fantasizing on an in-depth knowledge of the technological, medical, cultural, and political transformations that drive social change.
Their On the Run (Dance Theater Workship, September 22-October 2, 1994) is a series of wild and crazy female stereotypes with a twist: little sisters who purposely misbehave because their dad's spankings turn them on, or suburban housewives who spend days getting soused, fantasizing themselves as (oafish) fan dancers, then sobering up for their husbands.