Dwam - definition of dwam by The Free Dictionary
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dwam , dwalm or dwaum n
a stupor or daydream (esp in the phrase
in a dwam) vb
intr) to faint or fall ill
dwolma confusion] dwam Past participle: dwammed Gerund: dwamming Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
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and students will forge links with the Institute of Media and Journalism when they spend a day with fellow French media students next week.
Dwams are central to The Fanatic, and Robertson's repeated use of the term provides more than local colour.
After months of political arguments, expert analysis and trance-like dwams caused by the hypnotic effect of Alistair Darling's eyebrows, our minds are made up.