reverie


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reverie

, revery
a piece of instrumental music suggestive of a daydream
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The lieutenant-governor's reverie had now come down to the period at which he himself was sitting in the historic chair.
By intense thinking, Athos forgot himself, for a few hours at most, in a reverie most profound, more obscure than other people would have called a dream.
Anne had relapsed into reverie, with her chin in her hands and her eyes on the sky, when Marilla returned from her cellar pilgrimage.
His head cast down, his eyes fixed, he suffered his legs to hang on each side of his horse, and said to himself, in that vague sort of reverie which ascends sometimes to the sublimest eloquence:
This idea plunged me into a reverie so despairing and frightful that even now, when the scene is on the point of closing before me forever, I shudder to reflect on it.
I was alone; none were near me to dissipate the gloom and relieve me from the sickening oppression of the most terrible reveries.
A definite literary ambition grew up in me, and in the long reveries of the afternoon, when I was distributing my case, I fashioned a future of overpowering magnificence and undying celebrity.
Posted like silent sentinels all around the town, stand thousands upon thousands of mortal men fixed in ocean reveries.
She caught herself in reveries on what might have been, if she had not been married and he had been free.
Her passion for ancient edifices was next in degree to her passion for Henry Tilney -- and castles and abbeys made usually the charm of those reveries which his image did not fill.
With tickets selling out for a number of their performances, Cardiff and Wales could see more street games like Reverie in the near future, which attract audiences with a thirst for something new.
Reverie, secret location, Cardiff (revealed to ticket holders) WHAT do video games and theatre have in common?