The Breton or Celtic imagination had peculiar qualities of dreaminess, and magic and mystery.
It had dreaminess in it, intense attention, and something like sternness.
No, despite its dreaminess, his soul ever remembered its celestial origin, and could not be diverted from the path of virtue.
The English girl's eyes had in them now less of dreaminess, and more of thought.
It was, no doubt, these habits which imparted to her face an expression at the same time of audacity and dreaminess.
"It was an accident," said Patty, coming back out of her dreaminess.
But Dorothy ceased to move at all, and the dreaminess left her gaze, which had now become breathlessly alert and strained.
They all had a protesting laugh at this, startled for an instant from their dreaminess.
I felt a numbness of body and mind—a dreaminess of sensation but this was all.
At that Peter started a little, and the dreaminess of the night fell away from him.
Very desirable; beautiful: What a dreamy house you've got! (1920s+)