Thesaurus / nightmares


An instance of what I mean may be found in the amusing article about the nightmares of the nursery.

For the nightmares of men like Burke and Mirabeau were pleasant dreams compared with the horrid visions that the people conjured.

Viaducts stalk over our chief roads; great square tubes of iron lie heavy as nightmares on the breast of Ludgate Hill.

Haunted LondonWalter Thornbury

The days immediately following the publishing of Buff's sentence were nightmares of pain and humiliation.

But in my nightmares I had never imagined anything just like this.

GreenmantleJohn Buchan

If any doubt this truth let him remember the nightmares wherein his nudity made torment.

It must have been towards morning when at last I shook off my nightmares and fell asleep.

Sir LudarTalbot Baines Reed

Mr. Pottle's feet refused to take him away; a paralysis such as one has in nightmares rooted him to the spot.

There are pleasant day dreams, unpleasant day dreams and even day nightmares or anxiety day dreams.

PsychoanalysisAndr Tridon

It was like a weary pilgrimage amongst hints for nightmares.

Heart of DarknessJoseph Conrad

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