- dreamy (adj.)
- 1560s, "full of dreams," from dream + -y (2). Meaning "perfect, ideal," attested from 1941, American English teen slang. Compare dreamboat "romantically desirable person;" dream girl (1903).
- 1. He smiled, an odd, dreamy smile that sent chills up my back.
- 2. He's like some dreamy kid playing on his own.
- 3. The music has a dreamy, elegiac quality.
- 4. His poetry tended towards a dreamy romanticism.
- 5. His face assumed a sort of dreamy expression.
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