To dream away

to pass in revery or inaction; to spend in idle vagaries; as, to dream away an hour; to dream through life.
- Dryden.

See also: Dream

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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She trifled away half an hour at the piano; and played, in that time, selections from the Songs of Mendelssohn, the Mazurkas of Chopin, the Operas of Verdi, and the Sonatas of Mozart -- all of whom had combined together on this occasion and produced one immortal work, entitled "Frank." She closed the piano and went up to her room, to dream away the hours luxuriously in visions of her married future.
What better way to dream away the winter blues than to go along to an Ibiza Themed night?
They seem to dream away the winter days wondering what they can do to us next.
With the sound of the water lapping against the boat, it was easy to dream away to Misty Morning Blues.
Much pleasanter to dream away the afternoon with the glossy photo spreads of Victoria magazine, or its highbrow counterpart, Gertrude Himmelfarb's The De-moralization of Society: From Victorian Virtues to Modern Values, the latest effort in the ongoing bipartisan attempt to rescue our eminent ancestors from charges of repression, hypocrisy, cruelty and cant.