English version

dreamy

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