Woolgather meaning

wo͝olgăthər
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To engage in fanciful daydreaming.
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To engage in idle or aimless daydreaming, speculation, etc.
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Origin of woolgather

  • From the practice of wandering areas where sheep graze to gather tufts of wool caught on vegetation

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Back-formation from woolgathering.

    From Wiktionary