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Michele Lloyd, a former Paparazzi consultant from Pennsylvania, says she “dreamt” of going to the company’s convention, Celebrate Paparazzi, for three years.

From Vox

The designer originally dreamt up the ideas for STAR with Alex Malybaev, from the FIRMA branding agency.

She dreamt of having another life after this one, as a girl.

Since then, Randolph dreamt of bring hundreds of thousands of people to Washington to speak with one voice for jobs and rights.

For two magic years, Johnson led the liberal coalition that FDR had dreamt of.

“I know when you were young girls / You dreamt of being in my world,” she sings.

He dreamt of a serpent coiling around his throat, and when he strove to grasp it the slimy thing glided away from his clutch.

Chaucer dreamt that he was one of the men posted to watch which way the hart went, and to keep the bounds.

They strove together, the devil and Worse, from morning until evening, and at night when he dreamt.

No, he could not bear to become poor again, and he would not give up the delights he had dreamt of.

But in the night, betwixt Monday and Tuesday, he had cramps, and dreamt the devils were pulling him by the feet.

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On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dreamt, such as: visualize, daydream, conceive, invent, crave, and fantasize.

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

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