dreamy

[dree-mee]
adjective, dreamier, dreamiest.
1.
of the nature of or characteristic of dreams; visionary.
2.
vague; dim.
3.
soothing; restful; quieting: dreamy music.
4.
given to daydreaming or reverie.
5.
abounding in dreams; characterized by or causing dreams.
6.
Informal. wonderful; marvelous: He has a dreamy new convertible.

Origin:
1560–70; dream + -y1

dreamily, adverb
dreaminess, noun
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dreamy (ˈdriːmɪ)
 
adj , dreamier, dreamiest
1.  vague or impractical
2.  resembling a dream in quality
3.  relaxing; gentle: dreamy music
4.  informal wonderful
5.  having dreams, esp daydreams
 
'dreamily
 
adv
 
'dreaminess
 
n

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dreamy
1560s, "full of dreams," from dream + -y. Meaning "perfect, ideal," attested from 1941, Amer.Eng. teen slang. Cf. Dreamboat "romantically desirable person" (1947).
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Example sentences
New valuable ideas, new valuable works are circulating in the place of our old
  dreamy and romantic authors.
All the wishes of dreamy eyed eco's will not change the laws of physics and
  economics.
The indecisive dreamy composition gives place to a noble architectonic.
The rush of the water and the booming of the mill bring a dreamy deafness,
  which seems to heighten the peacefulness of the scene.
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