adjective, dream·i·er, dream·i·est.
Origin of dreamy
Related Words for dreaminesssloth, lethargy, negligence, apathy, weariness, inertia, vacation, fantasy, meditation, contemplation, trance, carelessness, aloofness, neutrality, objectivity, indifference, remoteness, inattention, inertness, slackness
Examples from the Web for dreaminess
Historical Examples of dreaminess
It had dreaminess in it, intense attention, and something like sternness.Victory
Her eyes were soft and limpid, and they held an expression of dreaminess in their depths.Phyllis
By his mother and sisters, for instance, his dreaminess was constantly noted.The Tragic Muse
The English girl's eyes had in them now less of dreaminess, and more of thought.Captain Desmond, V.C.
She must have infected me with her dreaminess, for I, too, read nothing and just dreamed.The House with the Mezzanine and Other Stories