verb (used without object), dreamed or dreamt, dream·ing.
verb (used with object), dreamed or dreamt, dream·ing.
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Origin of dream
synonym study for dream
OTHER WORDS FROM dream
Example sentences from the Web for dream
His dream project is to make a kind of TikTok for music creation—an interface that makes it really easy for non-musicians to play with music editing, share their creations, and express themselves.Create your own moody quarantine music with Google’s AI|Karen Hao|September 4, 2020|MIT Technology Review
So they must rely on the company to make those dreams come true, and it is remarkably inconsistent in doing so.Nintendo rips the seal off the next generation of nostalgia, but fans fret|Devin Coldewey|September 3, 2020|TechCrunch
Youth must visualize the options for their future, and feel anything they dream is attainable.We won’t have a true economic recovery until we tackle the racial wealth gap|matthewheimer|September 1, 2020|Fortune
The real estate deal involves a dream home built several years ago by David Rossi and his wife, Lesley Matheson, longtime business associates of Singh’s.The Mystery House: How a Suspicious Multimillion Dollar Real Estate Deal Is Connected to California’s Deadliest Fire|by Scott Morris, Bay City News Foundation|August 26, 2020|ProPublica
Make Believe celebrates those who have ventured into the unknown in pursuit of making their dreams a reality.
There is one dreamlike setting in the story called “ROMA”; this is more or less like Rome and mentions specific places in it.
I suppose if I lived in New York this would not seem so dreamlike.National Book Award Winner Louise Erdrich: How I Write|Noah Charney|December 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Where did acclaimed outsider artist Henry Darger draw inspiration for his dreamlike murals?
But Molly did not laugh, as he himself had laughed on that faraway, dreamlike evening in his rooms.Molly Make-Believe|Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
I rode past dim outlines of houses and through vague, dreamlike villages without seeing a soul or hearing a sound.The Yeoman Adventurer|George W. Gough
A night wondrously clear and of a colour unknown to our climate; a place of dreamlike aspect, fraught with mystery.Egypt (La Mort De Philae)|Pierre Loti
The atmosphere is strange, almost nightmareish, with the Dutchman theme sounding up at intervals, dreamlike.Richard Wagner|John F. Runciman
She read it, as she did everything that day, in a dreamlike rapidity and quietness, and showed it to Dr. Melton without comment.The Squirrel-Cage|Dorothy Canfield
British Dictionary definitions for dream
- mental activity, usually in the form of an imagined series of events, occurring during certain phases of sleep
- (as modifier)a dream sequence
- (in combination)dreamland Related adjective: oneiric
- a sequence of imaginative thoughts indulged in while awake; daydream; fantasy
- (as modifier)a dream world
verb dreams, dreaming, dreamed or dreamt (drɛmt)
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Idioms and Phrases with dream
In addition to the idioms beginning with dream
- dream come true, a
- dream up
- pipe dream
- sweet dreams
- wouldn't dream of