Definition of waking dream in English:

waking dream

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  • An involuntary dream occurring while a person is awake.
    More example sentences
    • He slips easily into the skins of his characters, presenting them like waking dreams - vivid yet just beyond tangible.
    • The experience of writing for me is a waking dream.
    • It has the hallucinatory, frightening quality of a waking dream.

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