English version

dreamy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdreamydream‧y /ˈdriːmi/ adjective  1 DREAMlooking as though you are thinking about something pleasant rather than what is happening around you a dreamy smile2 REAL/NOT IMAGINARYsomeone who is dreamy has a good imagination but is not very practical He was an artist, not particularly tidy, too dreamy to match her ways.3 PEACEFULpleasant, peaceful, and relaxing The windows cast a dreamy light in the room.4 informalATTRACT very attractive and desirable a book of dreamy chocolate recipesdreaminess noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
dreamya dreamy 14-year old girlThey twinkle in all directions clean on out of sight, these flash pictures of the dreamy doll faces of the workmen.Set amidst green and fertile hills its skyline is stunning and its landscapes inspire a long and dreamy gaze.Some of us spend all our lives in this dreamy, inert state.The photos have a dreamy look.The airplane was a vast improvement over my dreamy mechanisms.dreamy melodiesa dreamy new sports carA gull screeched overhead breaking the dreamy silence, and Julie's eyes flicked open.Chainsaw guitars and dreamy vocals make for a volatile cocktail which when mixed leaves a sweet taste.
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