dreamer : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  someone who is dreaming
  • n  someone guided more by ideals than by practical considerations
  • n  a person who escapes into a world of fantasy

  • Obama's mother was a dreamer.
  • In choosing Rowling as the reigning dreamer of our era, we have chosen a writer who dreams of a secular, bureaucratized, all-too-human sorcery, in which psychology and technology .
  • Jobs, 21, was the dreamer with a knack for getting others to dream along with him.
News & Articles


  • Bob McKillop in Washington Post
    I'm a dreamer, and I've been a dreamer my whole life,Wildcats coach Bob McKillop said. "For me to not think we could get to this moment, would be selling myself and the people who are behind me short."
  • Kylie Minogue in The Australian
    I've a lot of affection for Astrid - she's a waitress, a dreamer, alone, and wants to travel,Minogue told The Radio Times late last year. "Perhaps that's like me when younger, but I had opportunities, and she's still struggling. Doctor Who...

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