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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DREAMT

And she never so much as dreamt that he would cast an eye on her save in kindness.

She did not kiss me; and nobody ever dreamt of expelling me.

The person-- was one that I wouldn't have dreamt was capable of repeating it.

But he went to his house, and, falling asleep, dreamt a dream.

On reaching his home, he went to bed, and dreamt a second time.

She dreamt that the snow-laden sky was falling on her, so cruelly did the cold pinch.

He smiled, and dreamt of how he might retain all that splendour there, and then arrange it most effectively.

At night he dreamt of the corpses he had seen in the morning.

Israel dreamt again that night, and he believed his second dream to be a vision.

I do not think we have ever dreamt of a day when we should send representatives to Westminster.

WORD ORIGIN

alternative past tense and past participle of dream (v.).