adjective, dream·i·er, dream·i·est.
Related formsdream·i·ly, adverbdream·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for dreaminess
He had inherited much of his father's religious concentration and dreaminess of manner.The Red Miriok|Anna M. Barnes
"It was an accident," he cried, sharply; the voice had lost its dreaminess, and sounded clear now.
They are preceded or followed by a state of languor or dreaminess, by a species of depression, and even by stupor.Three Thousand Years of Mental Healing|George Barton Cutten
It was, no doubt, these habits which imparted to her face an expression at the same time of audacity and dreaminess.Sentimental Education Vol 1|Gustave Flaubert
But there were no drum-beats yet, and the general effect was rather of dreaminess.Caves of Terror|Talbot Mundy