But scenes they must be; not even Pater at his dreamiest can tell a story without incident particularized and caught in the act.
She was the demurest, dreamiest of the three girls; the most of a woman, and the least of a talker.
Her dress was the wing of the sacred beetle, and whenever the wind stirred it played the dreamiest of music.
But while he was a-circling about with her he was the dreamiest looking one you ever seen.
Chopin, at his dreamiest and most contemplative, can employ them with unfailing effect.
Rome has found a place for the dreamiest mystic or the noisiest ranter--found a place and found a sphere of useful labour.
Very desirable; beautiful: What a dreamy house you've got! (1920s+)