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Fancy vs Daydream - What's the difference?

fancy | daydream | Synonyms |

Fancy is a synonym of daydream.


As nouns the difference between fancy and daydream

is that fancy is the imagination while daydream is a spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality.

As verbs the difference between fancy and daydream

is that fancy is (formal) to appreciate without jealousy or greed while daydream is to have such a series of thoughts; to woolgather.

As an adjective fancy

is decorative.

Daydream vs Craving - What's the difference?

daydream | craving | Related terms |

Daydream is a related term of craving.


As nouns the difference between daydream and craving

is that daydream is a spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality while craving is a strong desire; yearning.

As verbs the difference between daydream and craving

is that daydream is to have such a series of thoughts; to woolgather while craving is .

Daydream vs Vagary - What's the difference?

daydream | vagary | Related terms |

Daydream is a related term of vagary.


As nouns the difference between daydream and vagary

is that daydream is a spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality while vagary is an erratic, unpredictable occurrence or action.

As a verb daydream

is to have such a series of thoughts; to woolgather.

Daydream vs Desire - What's the difference?

daydream | desire | Related terms |

Daydream is a related term of desire.


As verbs the difference between daydream and desire

is that daydream is to have such a series of thoughts; to woolgather while desire is .

As a noun daydream

is a spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality.

Daydream vs Yearning - What's the difference?

daydream | yearning | Related terms |

Daydream is a related term of yearning.


As nouns the difference between daydream and yearning

is that daydream is a spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality while yearning is a wistful or melancholy longing.

As verbs the difference between daydream and yearning

is that daydream is to have such a series of thoughts; to woolgather while yearning is .

Aspiration vs Daydream - What's the difference?

aspiration | daydream | Synonyms |

Aspiration is a synonym of daydream.


As nouns the difference between aspiration and daydream

is that aspiration is aspiration (burst of air that follows the release of some consonants) while daydream is a spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality.

As a verb daydream is

to have such a series of thoughts; to woolgather.

Daydream vs End - What's the difference?

daydream | end | Related terms |

Daydream is a related term of end.


As nouns the difference between daydream and end

is that daydream is a spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality while end is a key that when pressed causes the cursor to go to the last character of the current line.

As a verb daydream

is to have such a series of thoughts; to woolgather.

Daydream vs Hope - What's the difference?

daydream | hope | Related terms |

Daydream is a related term of hope.


As a noun daydream

is a spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality.

As a verb daydream

is to have such a series of thoughts; to woolgather.

As a proper noun hope is

from the virtue, like faith and charity first used by puritans.

Figment vs Daydream - What's the difference?

figment | daydream | Related terms |

Figment is a related term of daydream.


As nouns the difference between figment and daydream

is that figment is a fabrication, fantasy, invention; something fictitious while daydream is a spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality.

As a verb daydream is

to have such a series of thoughts; to woolgather.

Imagine vs Daydream - What's the difference?

imagine | daydream |


As verbs the difference between imagine and daydream

is that imagine is while daydream is to have such a series of thoughts; to woolgather.

As a noun daydream is

a spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts while awake not connected to immediate reality.

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