Daydreams sentence example

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  • Nightmares can be juxtaposed with daydreams.

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  • Italian exotic cars are the daydreams of much of the world.

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  • She imagined that this was the beginning of a courtship, and began to build daydreams about becoming his principal wife, but he took no further notice of her and passed on.

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  • Some daydreams become "real" as children begin to act them out in stories and plays.

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  • I had many manic daydreams of being a teacher who had numerous friends.

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  • All Pierre's daydreams now turned on the time when he would be free.

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  • It may only be noticeable when a child looks at distant objects, daydreams, or is tired or sick.

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  • As the mercury rises and your daydreams of a beach vacation kick into high gear, your spring wardrobe takes a bit of a backseat.

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  • Hallucinations, unusually vivid daydreams or nightmares, are not uncommon for ventilated GBS patients.

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  • It would perhaps be a good idea for us to reflect on our own daydreams.

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  • Mark Morris looks at the Tierney Gearon controversy my empty-headed daydreams Alistair Fitchett comes back from London and talks about what he saw there.

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  • He spent his time over books and in long daydreams, and evinced the strongest distaste for business and all the more bustling pursuits of life.

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  • Before going any further, a look at the iPhone 3G S, the newest iPhone as of the summer of 2009, may help you with your daydreams of the new 4G iPhone.

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  • Are phantom airships, UFOs and the like all daydreams trying to become reality?

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