fantasize


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daydream

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to experience dreams or daydreams

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indulge in fantasies

portray in the mind

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Fantasize had to assume the role of pacemaker that day which probably didn't suit her and she ran a creditable race.
Fantasize looks the type to go on and she can take a step along the road to bigger things by winning tomorrow.
The mind fantasizes because it is fun, liberating, and gives the ego a momentary boost.
Easterners who fantasize about California sliding into the sea may be in for a jolt.
In a nutshell: Reasonably entertaining look at a world about which the public can only fantasize.
And from an advertisement, "Ever fantasize about being fattened into massive, waddling proportions or about becoming a fattening coach who balloons an eager trainee into a waddling ball of fat?
Children who do not know the real facts about the war will fantasize their own version of reality, which could cause more psychological trauma than would occur by a clear and understandable explanation of the actual events.
They all fantasize about taking a boat to Turkey or driving a truck across Africa, anything to get away from their unhappiness and start life anew.
In America we are allowed to express anything we believe, think, or fantasize about in writing.
As if to compensate for what the piece clearly lacked visually, the wall text asked us to undertake "the grandiose ambition of imagining such a room," and to fantasize about "its sheer physical beauty.
Explain the "who, what, where" of the Iraq conflict -- Children who do not know the real facts will fantasize their own version of reality, which can create more stress than would occur by a clear and understandable explanation of the actual events.
Who else but a heterosexual pubescent boy--and an eccentric one at that--would fantasize about getting inside the head of actor John Malkovich?
Messager seems to be saying that while we have not lost the ability to fantasize, to spin out tales that make aspects of the unconscious apparent, Bettelheim's faith in the unifying or curative nature of this process is no longer tenable.
If there are two homes that MTV viewers fantasize about spending the night in, they would have to be Graceland and "The Real World's" newest home in New Orleans.