dreamy

(redirected from dreamier)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for dreamy

Synonyms for dreamy

Synonyms for dreamy

dreamy in mood or nature

Related Words

lacking spirit or liveliness

References in periodicals archive ?
Let's face it, dream jobs don't get much dreamier than this," says Dallas Campbell.
The view for passengers from the Dreamier jet will be through Alteos interactive window systems by PPG, commercial aviation's first electrochromic window shades, powered by an interactive system that passengers control.
Wegner's drawings support the sense that Jacob is in a dreamier, internal world of his own making, where he can find greater freedom and movement than Oliver can in his all-too-oppressive material world.
Opener Arlington Way showcases her stillspectacular voice but, just as with Catatonia, the dreamier moments are where the magic is really to be found.
Dreamier than any of Madonna's electroncia excursions, the song builds on the strength of the women's masterful harmonies and reaffirming mantra of letting go of inhibitions and unleashing one's hidden potential.
The difference is that the new poems follow their images over longer passages, resulting in a softer, dreamier atmosphere, as if the poems were blurring at the edges.
both brighter and dreamier to the ear than they were to the eye, was that vapory vibration of accumulated sounds that never ceased for a moment, as it rose to the lip of granite where I stood wiping my foul mouth.
III, Mosquitos (Bar/None): The Brazilian-American co-ed indie pop band returns with an even dreamier, psychedelic-tinged bossa nova sound on this third effort, filled with swooning love songs, airy pop ditties and a brilliant Portuguese adaptation of Neil Young's "A Man Needs a Maid.
This was a softer, dreamier Pericles than I have tended to see on the page, and therefore discuss in the classroom with my students, but that is not to say that the performance was sanitized.
In my dreamier moments, I think we should recall the Democratic convention and write the kind of platform we should have had last summer.
Lopez-Cobos's interpretation of Iberia seems a bit softer and dreamier than the norm.
It is an older, dreamier and more enchanted Nepal: the Nepal of a young woman's memories, a landscape infused with moral and familial meaning, recollected quietly, long after the fact.
The Price of Milk'' itself is a movie that becomes dreamier and dreamier as it goes along, but never manages to cross the threshold into sublime, psychologically loaded surrealism.
Cotton, another "must have," is also being finished to be softer and dreamier than ever before.