undreamt : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s not imagined even in a dream
- Was the award to Spanish author Camilo Jose Cela, 73, another example of the Academy's penchant for giving unheard-of writers undreamt-of recognition?.
- HE was a man of stupefying contrasts, an earthy and unschooled Ukrainian peasant who came to wield power undreamt of by the czars.
- A whole array of amazing new entertainment services and communications products -- including those as yet undreamt of -- may then find their way into America's homes.
- Winston Churchill in The Canberra Times
It was an El Dorado of undreamt wealth : The sum of Â£10,000 in those days was a fabulous fortune. Only a tycoon of big commerce or a highly rated artist could have commanded a fee of that dimension,Churchill wrote in his 1962 autobiography,...
- Bernard Lewis in Daily Beast (blog)
...technology has dramatically increased dissidents' capacity to organize and protest, Princeton historian Bernard Lewis told me that it also gives modern Middle Eastern dictators the ability to "surveil, control, and repress undreamt of by...