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noun as in visionary

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They trained the dreamers on Morse code while they were awake.

While most of us are mere passengers in our dreams, yanked around by our subconscious mind, lucid dreamers become aware during sleep that they’re dreaming.

Businesses need to work with individuals and organizations across the board, harnessing the talents of a new generation of thinkers, leaders, and dreamers to help repair the Earth.

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We can think of no better captain to inspire the next generation of dreamers on Nickelodeon, than she.

Before the pandemic, the “future of work” was a topic for academics and dreamers.

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He was a dreamer, an idealist, grounded in the reality he observed around him.

Then came Obama, handsome rider of unicorns and dreamer of hope and change.

Allan Mayer, American Apparel's co-chair, seemingly laughed at Charney's plea, labeling him "a dreamer."

Secretly, however, Marie pines for Emil Bergson, a dreamer and intellect who seems ill-suited to life on a farm.

The dreamer tries to help, and fends off a man who is about to accost her with lecherous intentions.

She moved slightly, like a dreamer in pain, as again she faced the creed she had hated through many a sleepless night.

It is best known from its connection with the immortal dreamer, John Bunyan, whose memory it now delights to honor.

This dreamer could be seen daily ferreting around the Quarter for a studio always bigger than the one he had.

Perhaps it was this very superiority over his fellows which, for the time being, at any rate, had made him a dreamer.

It was a dreamer's plaything and I bought it with scant savings that should have been spent on another project.


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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dreamer, such as: idealist, daydreamer, escapist, romantic, theorizer, and fantasizer.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.