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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdreamerdream‧er /ˈdriːmə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 REAL/NOT IMAGINARYsomeone who has ideas or plans that are not practical She was a dreamer – not pragmatic.2 DREAMsomeone who dreams while they are asleep
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dreamerDouglas C.. Engelbart was constitutionally a dreamer.Their second daughter is a dreamer and a tomboy.Not a dreamer at all, but a man waiting for history to catch up with him.He was a dreamer, dithering and peaceable: Ireland would not be saved by such as he.Bedwyr, the poet and dreamer, who suffered ten times over for one grief, was the finer man.Children are dreamers - they want to be doctors, ballerinas, nurses, and more.There are those who wish to reconcile everybody concerned; but they are dreamers.He started to sing: Beautiful dreamer, wake unto me; starlight and dewdrops are waiting for thee.Visions of dreamers were too frequently interred with their spirits.
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