noun rev·er·ie \ˈre-və-rē, ˈrev-rē\

: a state in which you are thinking about pleasant things

plural rev·er·ies

Full Definition of REVERIE

:  daydream
:  the condition of being lost in thought

Variants of REVERIE

rev·er·ie also rev·ery \ˈre-və-rē, ˈrev-rē\

Examples of REVERIE

  1. <I was lost in reverie and didn't realize my flight was boarding until it was almost too late.>

Origin of REVERIE

French rêverie, from Middle French, delirium, from resver, rever to wander, be delirious
First Known Use: 1654

Other Psychology Terms

fetish, hypochondria, intelligence, mania, narcissism, neurosis, pathological, psychosis, schadenfreude, subliminal

Rhymes with REVERIE


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