dream[ dreem ]SEE DEFINITION OF dream
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DREAM
He went dazedly in to him,—and was awakened from the dream that he had been losing a fortune in his sleep.
For "each age is a dream that is dying, or one that is coming to birth."
She motioned to Dick to precede her, and he obeyed, like a man in a dream.
He had reached for his revolver at his side, in the dream, and had found nothing.
As for the traitors, let them beware, for my arm is longer than they dream.
But the day grew old and passed, and the dream was not told.
And shall we think the boy found God not equal to his dream of him?
I was thinking of my dream, and says I: 'Did she have her wings on?'
Sidney tried to answer, and failed—or that was the way the dream went.
He haunts me all day long, and all the night I dream of him!