dwam

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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
[Old English dwolma confusion]

dwam


Past participle: dwammed
Gerund: dwamming

Imperative
dwam
dwam
Present
I dwam
you dwam
he/she/it dwams
we dwam
you dwam
they dwam
Preterite
I dwammed
you dwammed
he/she/it dwammed
we dwammed
you dwammed
they dwammed
Present Continuous
I am dwamming
you are dwamming
he/she/it is dwamming
we are dwamming
you are dwamming
they are dwamming
Present Perfect
I have dwammed
you have dwammed
he/she/it has dwammed
we have dwammed
you have dwammed
they have dwammed
Past Continuous
I was dwamming
you were dwamming
he/she/it was dwamming
we were dwamming
you were dwamming
they were dwamming
Past Perfect
I had dwammed
you had dwammed
he/she/it had dwammed
we had dwammed
you had dwammed
they had dwammed
Future
I will dwam
you will dwam
he/she/it will dwam
we will dwam
you will dwam
they will dwam
Future Perfect
I will have dwammed
you will have dwammed
he/she/it will have dwammed
we will have dwammed
you will have dwammed
they will have dwammed
Future Continuous
I will be dwamming
you will be dwamming
he/she/it will be dwamming
we will be dwamming
you will be dwamming
they will be dwamming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dwamming
you have been dwamming
he/she/it has been dwamming
we have been dwamming
you have been dwamming
they have been dwamming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dwamming
you will have been dwamming
he/she/it will have been dwamming
we will have been dwamming
you will have been dwamming
they will have been dwamming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dwamming
you had been dwamming
he/she/it had been dwamming
we had been dwamming
you had been dwamming
they had been dwamming
Conditional
I would dwam
you would dwam
he/she/it would dwam
we would dwam
you would dwam
they would dwam
Past Conditional
I would have dwammed
you would have dwammed
he/she/it would have dwammed
we would have dwammed
you would have dwammed
they would have dwammed
References in periodicals archive ?
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.
Dwams are central to The Fanatic, and Robertson's repeated use of the term provides more than local colour.
Carlin dreams, or rather dwams, and the reader enters this dwam, awaking, as it were, only in the final four chapters, all set in May 1997, to a post-Tory Scotland full of promise yet strangely drab, or at least superficial, and decidedly transient, only momentarily real.
It's a surreal collection of meandering thoughts, reactions and dwams.