dreaminess

[ dree-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dreaminess

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It had dreaminess in it, intense attention, and something like sternness.

Her eyes were soft and limpid, and they held an expression of dreaminess in their depths.

By his mother and sisters, for instance, his dreaminess was constantly noted.

The English girl's eyes had in them now less of dreaminess, and more of thought.

She must have infected me with her dreaminess, for I, too, read nothing and just dreamed.

It all appeals to the warmth, color, and dreaminess in your happy imagination.

I felt a numbness of body and mind—a dreaminess of sensation but this was all.

Hugo packed his bags one September afternoon, with a feeling of dreaminess.

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

"It was an accident," said Patty, coming back out of her dreaminess.

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