dreamworld dreamworld  /d ˈrim ˌwɜrld/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a pleasing country existing only in dreams or imagination

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. And Kamen's dreamworld won't arrive at all unless he and his team can navigate the array of obstacles that are sure to be thrown up by competitors and ever cautious regulators.
  2. But in this production, both world and dreamworld look equally realistic.
  3. New England seems a chilly dreamworld to them compared with their native Calcutta.

News

  • Just So You Know, Robin Thicke Has Many Other Songs to Sing Besides 'Blurred Lines'

    Robin Thicke headed to YouTube's headquarters in Los Angeles for the Interscope Introducing series to rock the house, yes, with that infectious summer hit "Blurred Lines" (which is also the name of his forthcoming album), but with other songs as well. The smooth R&B singer busted out some new and old hits like "Pretty Lil' Heart," "Dreamworld," and "Wanna Love You Girl" probably to remind you ...
    on June 29, 2013     Source: Zimbio

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Quotes

  1. "I feel like with Dreamworld, right from the first line, I just sink into it, like jumping into a pool. I love to sing it," Thicke says. "I love the feel of it and I love what that song represents. I think the lyrics always have another...
    on Oct 24, 2008 By: Robin Thicke Source: Winnipeg Sun

  2. Icke told the world of his new calling in life on the Terry Wogan show, instructed all his followers to wear turquoise and is still touring the world exposing "the dreamworld we believe to be real".
    on Jan 31, 2008 By: David Icke Source: Times Online

  3. "There is something about Hollywood and what happened there, the Golden Age of cinema, that has lit the dreamworld of billions," Lynch says. "It's got so much glamour and hope and, you know, despair and horror. The whole thing is beautiful!"
    on Nov 2, 2007 By: David Lynch Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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