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1daydream

noun day·dream \ˈdā-ˌdrēm\

: pleasant thoughts about your life or future that you have while you are awake

Full Definition of DAYDREAM

:  a pleasant visionary usually wishful creation of the imagination
day·dream·like \-ˌlīk\ adjective
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Examples of DAYDREAM

  1. I drifted off in a daydream during the class.
  2. <hoped that one day world peace would be a reality and not just a daydream>

First Known Use of DAYDREAM

1685

2daydream

verb

: to think pleasant thoughts about your life or future while you are awake

Full Definition of DAYDREAM

intransitive verb
:  to have a daydream
day·dream·er noun

Examples of DAYDREAM

  1. Instead of studying, he spent the afternoon daydreaming about his vacation.

First Known Use of DAYDREAM

1820
DAYDREAMLIKE Defined for Kids

1daydream

noun day·dream \ˈdā-ˌdrēm\

Definition of DAYDREAM for Kids

:  a person's pleasant and usually wishful thoughts about life

2daydream

verb
day·dreamedday·dream·ing

Definition of DAYDREAM for Kids

:  to think pleasant and usually wishful thoughts while awake <He spent class daydreaming about vacation.>
Medical Dictionary

daydream

noun day·dream \ˈdā-ˌdrēm\

Medical Definition of DAYDREAM

:  a visionary creation of the imagination experienced while awake; especially :  a gratifying reverie usually of wish fulfillment
daydream intransitive verb
day·dream·er noun

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