Adjective(1) dreamy in mood or nature(2) lacking spirit or liveliness
(1) I awoke in a swirly world of snug pillows and dreamy thoughts.(2) These are the kind of observations that we are expected to swallow in a story which seeks to successfully bind a sophisticated narrator together with a dreamy young boy.(3) At Fraserburgh Academy, the gentle, sweet-natured, dreamy boy filled jotters with costume designs and drawings, some of which are on loan to the exhibition.(4) Baxter remains ambitious, but it is not the type to simply indulge in dreamy long-term planning.(5) Tom is a dreamy boy, and Nora rationalizes that he will not make it in the business world because of his lack of ├ö├ç├┐push├ö├ç├û.(6) The songs merge a Gomez-like quirkiness, dreamy melodies and harmonies to die for.(7) While maintaining their dreamy melodies and laid-back grooves, the duo have deserted their trademark kids' TV samples and the like, for something more grown up.(8) The result, lush ambient-pop-rock tunes filled with intricate melodies that go from dreamy to heavy without ever ceasing to intrigue.(9) Very few of them were her fault, and in many ways she was dealing with them quite courageously, but, sadly, she had absorbed the dreamy attitude to keeping appointments that is commonplace to people on the dole, and she didn't show up.(10) Left alone, Buck shook his head briskly to clear it from his vague dreamy thoughts and crawled from the cave.(11) To the dreamy melody of a Beethoven piano sonata, a child-like model rummaged through a trunk overflowing with clothes on a set designed as a girl's bedroom.(12) The lyric is a come-on, not a confession, but it's easy to be tricked into thinking otherwise by the earnest vocals and the dreamy keyboard melody.(13) This particular cover is I think better than the original - it is beautiful, slow and haunting and works perfectly with the dreamy quality of the film.(14) The screen music, too, has dreamy and hypnotic qualities to mirror the cinematography.(15) He's a dreamy boy, in love with Zubeida, who comes from a wealthier background.(16) 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.
(1) dreamy :: freuddwydiol
2. idealistic ::
4. attractive ::
5. woolgathering ::
6. lackadaisical ::
1. unpalatable ::
2. unpleasant ::
Different Formsdreamily, dreamy
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