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reverie (s) (noun), reveries (pl)
1. A situation in which a person is thinking about pleasant things: Jacob was sitting at his desk at work one day having reveries or daydreaming about where he would spend his vacation the following week.

The President's plan for the country consists of more reveries than realistic and practical objectives.

2. Etymology: from Latin exvagus, from ex-, "out" + vagus, "roving."
A condition of being lost in thoughts.
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A fanciful result of the mind.
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