reverie


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

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an abstracted state of absorption

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We've set up various emails and social media accounts for the different organisations and characters in Reverie, which players can interact with.
This relic, the best, the girl said, was given to her by a never-mean Danish traveler from the West Indies where he'd seen, without reverie, the abolition of slavery in 1792.
Olga marries Shtolts, and Oblomov, coddled by Agafya, sinks deeper into reverie and financial ruin until he dies.
The stunning fourtrack EP Reverie has already been picked up by music lovers everywhere thanks to the brilliant lead song Don't Mind Me.
After blitzing through 30 minutes of thrilling reverb reverie, they did their best Jim and William Reid impression by walking off stage due to sound problems.
Many artists have redeemed excess by wallowing in it, and the extravagance of Edmier's choice of medium comes with an equally florid taste in themes and ideas that was already clear in the Fawcett piece, with its pithy fusion of popular culture, sexual reverie, and a Renaissance manner gone kitsch.
No such problem with Les Sylphides, Michel Fokine's early 20th--century reverie to Chopin (one guy, umpteen sylphs), which has drifted in and out of ABT's rep since 1940.
And in the show's best moment, she abandons all sarcasm for a melancholy reverie about Madonna, motherhood, and her insistence on rejecting all labels (sexual and otherwise).
With so much to read and so little time to process and digest what we are reading, we may be losing touch with what Birkerts calls "deep time," those sacramental moments of wonder, reflection, and reverie that open our hearts and minds to the transcendent.
His anguished reverie gives way to a concluding description of other inhabitants of the town, a bold family of hungry skunks in a single-minded and confident search for food.
18) Gaston Bachelard explores the links between childhood reveries and adult reveries about childhood in The Poetics of Reverie: "Thus, childhood images, images which a child oould make, images which a poet telll us that a child has made are, for us, manifestations of the permanent childhood.
Worse still, imagine the horror for anyone lucky, fit and rich enough to achieve their lifelong ambition of conquering Everest, who stands there, on top of the world, silently contemplating their achievement when their reverie is suddenly disturbed by a polyphonic rendition of The Birdie song.
In fact, it's Jeff who might want to snap out of his reverie and realize that Hayley is no ordinary girl, something he figures out a bit too late after a potent pitcher of screwdrivers.
She executes a series of stunningly refined, classical steps with him as a kind of unwitting partner, and then departs just as mysteriously as she arrived, leaving him back in his reverie.