Thesaurus / dreaminess

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He had inherited much of his father's religious concentration and dreaminess of manner.

The Red MiriokAnna 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.

It was, no doubt, these habits which imparted to her face an expression at the same time of audacity and dreaminess.

But there were no drum-beats yet, and the general effect was rather of dreaminess.

Caves of TerrorTalbot Mundy

He could not overcome his intuition that, for all the peace and dreaminess of the outward world, destiny was upon him.

Abraham Lincoln and the UnionNathaniel W. Stephenson

There was a dreaminess in the rest, too, which made it still more perfect and luxurious to repose in.

North and SouthElizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell

To break him of his bad habits—that is, of his dreaminess and uselessness—Mrs. Lambole took Joe to school.

A Book of GhostsSabine Baring-Gould

Ruth had an element of romanticism in her character, which perhaps accounted for her dreaminess at times.

For with his German dreaminess he united a truly Spanish fanaticism.

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