Entry from British & World English dictionary
- His left-foot drive caught Gordon Marshall in a dwam of indecision and the goalkeeper's effort could only aid the progress of the ball over the line.
Early 16th century: from the Germanic base of dwell; compare with Middle Dutch dwelm 'stupefaction', also with Old English dwolma 'confusion'.
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