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Dream

Definition of dream:

part of speech: noun

Dreamed or dreamt ( dremt).

part of speech: noun

A train of thoughts and fancies during sleep, a vision: something only imaginary.

part of speech: noun

Thoughts and fancies in sleep; anything visionary.

part of speech: participle

Dreamt.

part of speech: noun

A train of thoughts or images passing through the mind during sleep; something seen in the imagination; a state of abstraction or reverie; an idle fancy; as, a dream of greatness; a wild scheme.

part of speech: noun

Dreamer.

part of speech: verb

To fancy in sleep.

part of speech: adverb

DREAMINGLY.

part of speech: verb

To see or imagine in sleep; to see in the imagination, as possible future events.

part of speech: verb

To see in, or as in a dream:- pa. t. and pa. p. dreamed' or dreamt ( dremt).

part of speech: participle

Dreaming.

part of speech: verb

To fancy things during sleep: to think idly.

part of speech: verb

To have a train of ideas in sleep; to imagine possible or impossible future events; to indulge in idle fancies.

Usage examples for dream:

  • Perhaps it was all a dream "Patricia Brent, Spinster", Herbert Jenkins.
  • Once, the fancy turned into a dream "What's Mine's Mine", George MacDonald.
  • Oh, did I dream that? "The Twilight of the Souls", Louis Couperus.

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