daydream

Part of speech: noun

A reverie.

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Usage examples "daydream":

  1. Most of all, no farmhouse nestling beneath wide- spread maples or elms went without careful consideration of Father's constant daydream, a home in the country. - "If You're Going to Live in the Country", Thomas H. Ormsbee and Richmond Huntley.
  2. Gussie, after the departure of P. K. Purvis, had fallen into a sort of daydream and was standing with his mouth open and his hands in his pockets. - "Right Ho, Jeeves", P. G. Wodehouse.
  3. And so, of course, she expected to find her young friend lying in a daydream, reluctantly awake. - "The Rustle of Silk", Cosmo Hamilton.