- dreamer (n.)
- c. 1300, "one who dreams," agent noun from dream (v.). Meaning "idler, daydreamer" emerged by 1530s. Old English dreamere meant "musician."
- 1. Far from being a dreamer, she's a level-headed pragmatist.
- 2. She was a fusion of the dreamer and doer.
- 3. Don't rely on his memory he's a bit of a dreamer.
- 4. I must stiffen Dreamer's back.
- 5. She was dismissed as a dreamer.
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