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Synonyms for Muse

Synonyms for Muse

to experience dreams or daydreams

the condition of being so lost in solitary thought as to be unaware of one's surroundings

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in ancient Greek mythology any of 9 daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne

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the source of an artist's inspiration

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Wispelwey was now sombre, now musingly improvisatory, now deeply reflective, now bracingly defiant, and the strings of his cello seemed to have the capacity of revealing several tone-colours at once.
Musingly Malvolio recounts those passages from the letter that perfectly fit into the missing gaps of an ideal Malvolio; his exploiting the relevant contents to his individual purpose reveal rather pathetically a psychological crisis that asks more for sympathy than slanders: and yet to crush this a little it would Bow to me for every one of these letters are in my name.
The crowd coughed musingly. Trembling and silent, I remained in my seat, although I wanted to jump up and shriek at them, I am!
Bramble musingly dreams, "Above that house [in Cameron belonging to James Smollett, Tobias's cousin] is a romantic glen or clift of a mountain, covered with hanging woods, having at bottom a stream of fine water that forms a number of cascades in its descent to join the Leven; so that the scene is quite enchanting.
"I have a son who's twenty-five," the stranger next to her said musingly, not looking at her.
Blurb, burped the critical authority, slurped musingly his third slivovitz, and scrawled the above text on the back of the bill at the cafe of the Literature Museum.
"When you were a young man," he said, musingly, "you stuffed your jacket pockets with scraps of paper on which you noted ideas with a stubby pencil.
He might close his eyes and musingly say: I see too many people about me today!" Or possibly: "How things have changed, Since I've had my day!" The library built in 2009, A marvel to see, it's modern and bright.
He was also a master at asking a seemingly innocent question for information and then, having received an earnest reply, responding musingly with another question.
Anne musingly watched as the desert lords tasted and rejected (one in real repulsion) her cake, as well as tuna fish sandwiches.
In 1873, for instance, Albert Rhodes wrote musingly, "The American is only satisfied when all foreign elements are thrown into the national turning shop and come out turned to his own exact proportions.