[ UK /dɹˈiːmi/ ]
[ US /ˈdɹimi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking spirit or liveliness
    a languid wave of the hand
    a languid mood
    a lackadaisical attempt
    a hot languorous afternoon
  2. dreamy in mood or nature
    a woolgathering moment
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How To Use dreamy In A Sentence

  • He has gorgeous black hair, and these dreamy blue eyes.
  • She has a dreamy romantic nature.
  • Her dreamy, cinematic songs were bewitching, her jerky dance moves beguiling. Times, Sunday Times
  • It appears the glee club diva is developing a schoolgirl crush on her admittedly dreamy teacher. New 'Glee' clips: Will and Rachel do 'Endless Love!' | EW.com
  • Her pale face had taken on a dreamy glow, a faraway look glazed her eyes.
  • Stems and leaves of green set off the dreamy chromatic harmony.
  • Hurrell helped established the identity of many actresses and actors and created an iconography of steamy sexuality with dreamy glamour.
  • It's not so much dreamy as it is lazy and indolent.
  • The windows cast a dreamy light in the room.
  • Arrigo was also dark, but his features were outlined by a sort of delicate grace that had evolved from adorable to dreamy as he'd grown up.
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