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What is another word for abstractions?

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Noun
Thoughts that occupy one's mind
Noun
Plural for a state of absent-mindedness or daydreaming
“Thus Brierre de Boismont relates that a patient of his would sometimes be plunged into a state of abstraction, and remain immovable, with eyes fixed on vacancy.”
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Plural for a state of preoccupation or absorption with something
“It appeared to him that his progress was at one time almost entirely suspended by the intense abstraction with which he pursued his mathematical studies.”
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Plural for something which exists only as an idea
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“At first, the idea was vague and formless, a brilliant abstraction about the surface area of a sphere, which is three times larger than the surface area of a flat chip.”
Noun
Plural for the process of removing something, especially water from a river or other source
“Bad farming practices, soil erosion, water abstraction, and the building of dam walls that prevent its upstream spawning migration are just some of the threats it faces.”
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Plural for a state of dreaming while awake
Noun
Plural for the process of abbreviating a text or written work
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Plural for the action of deducting or subtracting something
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Plural for the act of stealing or misappropriating, especially of funds
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Plural for art deviating from real-world visual references
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Plural for an extract or concentrate obtained from a plant or other organic matter
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Plural for a vacuousness in one's expression or state of mind
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Plural for creation meant to communicate or appeal to senses or mind
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Plural for the act or process of confiscating
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(logic) Plural for a syllogism or form of argument in which the major premise is evident, but the minor is only probable
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Plural for an extreme agitation of the mind
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Plural for the devotion of time and attention to gaining knowledge of an academic subject
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Plural for the action of extracting something, especially using effort or force
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Plural for a construct in computer programming that serves to mediate access to a class or module
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