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DREAMODELING

(N.) dree-‘mod-duh-ling The wish-fulfilling visions your subconscious concocts while you sleep, in which you discover that your apartment or house has guest rooms, terraces, libraries, etc. that you somehow had failed to perceive in waking life. Also (V.) DREAMODEL.  Usage: Dorrie  leapt out of bed eager to play a Bach etude on her piano. Seconds later, she realized she’d  been dreamodeling…and her tiny studio apartment did not have a kitchen table, much less the airy, sunlit piano room she’d conjured in her sleep.

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    I’ve learned something new. I’ve actually experienced this and there is a word for it. Huh.
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    When I clicked on the link to “dreamodeling,” I thought it was going to be about Excel modeling in your dreams. Also,...
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