dreaminess : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a relaxed comfortable feeling

  • Betancourt has shown no sign of relinquishing the idealistic dreaminess that made her a less-than-viable political candidate, however, and that continues to make her a drawing card .
  • A ghostly group of apostles in bistre (a soft soot brown) watch Christ ascend off the paper in the deft dreaminess of the quattrocento hand of Andrea Mantegna.
  • Her thick-brogued, almost blatantly peasantlike Joan was all drive and no dreaminess.
News & Articles

  • Bastards: Mood Only Goes So Far in Denis' Latest Oblique Odyssey
    Claire Denis douses Bastards in her usual oblique dreaminess, equal parts romantic and malevolent, yet that style can’t fully compensate for a tale that, underneath its gorgeous aesthetic affectations, proves frustratingly undercooked. After the suicide of his brother-in-law, tanker ...
    Oct. 8, 2013 - The Village Voice

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