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Synonyms for fantasize



Synonyms for fantasize

to experience dreams or daydreams

Synonyms for fantasize

indulge in fantasies

portray in the mind

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Witnesses claimed the missing man "had fantasised since his youth about being killed and eaten by another person," police chief Dieter Kroll said.
QON one of those boozy nights when you wish you'd drunk and talked a lot less, I admitted that I faked it a lot and fantasised about doing it with a film star when my husband and I had sex.
MOST Scots in the survey had fantasised about someone else when they were having sex with their partner.
Some 36 per cent fantasised about doing it with a friend of their partner.
Elfyn Bryn Jones told a psychiatrist he always liked older women although he had never fantasised about having sex with a pensioner before.
He fantasised about performing sexual acts, sometimes including rape.
Donna Hudson, 33, also had child porn on her PC and fantasised about sex with kids in an online chat.
My wife recently admitted she has fantasised for years about our having a threesome.
I'M 47 and have looked at women and fantasised but not touched or even kissed one - how sad and pathetic is that?