dreamy

[ dree-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dreamy

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He was pleasant, but no good at conversation, and he had a dreamy, dissatisfied look.

I should only find the Mare's Nest; the dreamy and divine nest is not there.

Then, with dreamy eyes, he relapsed into a state of rapture.

And then silence fell, all three sinking into a dreamy mood.

On the very morrow, however, Guillaume relapsed into a dreamy state.

Lieders's eyes blurred with a mild and dreamy mist; he sighed softly.

The passenger smiled, but there was a dreamy look in his gray eyes.

Some one, either asleep or awake, must have had a dreamy suspicion of their nature.

His eyes were the eyes of a scholar, dreamy yet alive with depth and penetration.

Mary was a dreamy, thoughtful child, full of fancies and imaginings.

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