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daymare

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Pronunciation: /deɪmɛː
 
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Definition of daymare in English:

noun

A frightening hallucinatory condition experienced while awake: I saw her constantly and obsessively in my conscious mind during my daymares and insomnias
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  • Sometimes the truth is more horrifying than the daymares reported in our newspapers.
  • You long, like a lover, for the night to stay, but come morning, the daymare begins again.
  • No doubt someone could analyse my daymare and come up with all manner of worrying theories but I prefer to just think I am odd from time to time!

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