Definition of Daydreamers

1. Noun. (plural of daydreamer) ¹



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Definition of Daydreamers

1. daydreamer [n] - See also: daydreamer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Daydreamers

daybooks
dayboy
daybreak
daybreaks
daycare
daycarer
daycarers
daycares
daycation
daycations
daycoach
daycoaches
daydream
daydreamed
daydreamer
daydreamers (current term)
daydreaming
daydreamings
daydreamlike
daydreams
daydreamt
daydreamy
daye
dayee
dayereh
dayerehs
dayflies
dayflower
dayflowers
dayfly

Literary usage of Daydreamers

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1. There's Room for Me Here: Literacy Workshop in the Middle School by Janet Allen, Kyle Gonzalez (1998)
"Before reading the poem "daydreamers," please respond under the Before column ... daydreamers do not do well in school. 2. People who get good grades do not ..."

2. Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults: A Selected Listing by Ginny Moore Kruse (1991)
"0-8037- 0167-5) "daydreamers / holding their bodies still / for a time / letting the World turn around them / while their dreams hopscotch, / doubledutch, ..."

3. Aspects of Child Life and Education by Granville Stanley Hall (1921)
"... and the biographies of artists, authors, and scientists emphasize the fact that many of them have been daydreamers in boyhood, but always along with ..."

4. An Inland Voyage and Travels with a Donkey by Robert Louis Stevenson (1911)
"... it was not a fortunate day when we shared our daydream with the most hopeful of daydreamers. For a while, indeed, the world looked smilingly. ..."

5. An Inland Voyage: And Travels with a Donkey by Robert Louis Stevenson (1913)
"... shared our daydream with the most hopeful of daydreamers. For a while, indeed, the world looked smilingly. The barge was procured and christened, ..."

6. Day One and Beyond: Practical Matters for New Middle-Level Teachersby Rick Wormeli by Rick Wormeli (2003)
"The weekends are for our students to be kids, members of families, and daydreamers. They need the break just as much, if not more, than we do. ..."

7. Canada 2002 by Wayne C. Thompson (2003)
"Its peaceful atmosphere makes it a daydreamers' paradise. Guests are warmly received. Guide service. Comfortable, tastefully decorated rooms are designated ..."

8. The Illustrative Lesson Notes: A Guide to the Study of the International edited by John Heyl Vincent, Jesse Lyman Hurlbut, John Thomas McFarland (1906)
"What practical men they have been—these daydreamers! Columbus was a dreamer; Watt and Stephenson and Fulton were dreamers; Franklin and Howe and Cyrus Field ..."

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