Of this bird, he dreamt.
If I dreamt at all, I dreamt that I was lying in bed.”
It's a brilliant save - it's everything he would've dreamt of last night.
— the world, allowing me to pitch far and wide to publications I never dreamt of.
I never dreamt that 20 years after that I'd become a Labour member of parliament.
This is something that people dreamt of but didn't anticipate happening in reality.
She dreamt of studying the economics of underdeveloped countries and volunteering for the Peace Corps.
When Greg James was younger he dreamt of being a superstar wrestler (and we have the home movies to prove it).
Thousands dreamt of being chosen, but only 20 amateur cooks have made it through the auditions on to this year's MasterChef.
She dreamt up a scenario for this season of an all-female back-to-nature-meets-survivalist West Coast bunker in 1983, the year of her birth.
I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls With vassals and serfs at my side And of all who assembled within those walls That I was the hope and the pride.
Matthew has been photographing foxes close to his home in north London for over a year and ever since spotting this street art had dreamt of capturing this image.
In college, Price dreamt of becoming a neurosurgeon, but due to complications from spinal fusion surgery that she underwent in high school, her dream was jeopardized.
Its creator dreamt of the machine turning personal transportation on its head, simplifying how people navigated urban environments and how they commuted to and from the office.
She jumped up from time to time, wept and wrung her hands, then sank again into feverish sleep and dreamt of Polenka, Katerina Ivanovna and Lizaveta, of reading the gospel and him... him with pale face, with burning eyes... kissing her feet, weeping.
Yet though many Aussies have long dreamt of living by the seaside, or in a quaint rural town, large employment hubs in urban areas like Sydney and Melbourne have tied a significant portion of the population to the inland suburbs of the largest cities.
It could seem convenient that former president Reagan was such a happy example to Ms Trump, the model and immigrant who dreamt of America from under the grip of Communist rule, as he is the same man her husband mentions frequently and tries to emulate.
Major dreamt of the return of the golden days of the Big Four regional operators like Great Western – nicknamed God’s Wonderful Railway, with its chocolate and cream livery – and LNER, which were held in genuine public affection before being merged into British Rail in 1948.
Once the unintended consequences of their brave but botched experiment emerge, LNER will be obliged to streamline the entire fares system – and, as the effects intrude on other operators’ patches, the nation’s fares system may miraculously turn sensible quicker than you or I could have dreamt.
At last he dreamt one night that he found a beautiful purple flower, and that in the middle of it lay a costly pearl; and he dreamt that he plucked the flower, and went with it in his hand into the castle, and that everything he touched with it was disenchanted, and that there he found his Jorinda again.
- have a daydream; indulge in a fantasy
- a series of mental images and emotions occurring during sleep
- imaginative thoughts indulged in while awake
- experience while sleeping
- a cherished desire
- a fantastic but vain hope (from fantasies induced by the opium pipe)
- a state of mind characterized by abstraction and release from reality
- someone or something wonderful
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