dream away

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vt sep timeverträumen; one’s lifemit Träumen verbringen
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Heaven grant that she may dream away the recollection of the Boston massacre
I agreed with George, and suggested that we should seek out some retired and old-world spot, far from the madding crowd, and dream away a sunny week among its drowsy lanes - some half-forgotten nook, hidden away by the fairies, out of reach of the noisy world - some quaint-perched eyrie on the cliffs of Time, from whence the surging waves of the nineteenth century would sound far-off and faint.
She closed the piano and went up to her room, to dream away the hours luxuriously in visions of her married future.
To hear you talk," said Irais, "no one would ever imagine that you dream away your days in a garden with a book, and that you never in your life seized anything by the scruff of its neck.
You have got your hat on-- suppose we go and dream away the afternoon in the grounds?
Dream away on a cloud of reverb with Sade Sanchez, Irita Pai, & Elle English.
You don't get many chances at World Cups and a quite controversial refereeing decision - which, at the moment, is quite regularly given as a yellow card - took our dream away from us.
His second novel, A DREAM AWAY, is the story of a bipolar mother trying to get her fifteen year old daughter back she had given away at birth.
He had Put Your Dream Away (For Another Day) which was his theme song in his early career.
To date, with an exception of a free trade area, other high stages remain a dream away.
You can also dream away the time until your flight leaves in Terminal 1 (at Gates B42/B43) and Terminal 2 (opposite Gates D1 to D4).
Scotland interim head coach Johnson said: "We can dream away about how we would like to play the game but if you don't get the contact area right, the dreams won't come true.