Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dream.(verb)
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Use "dreams" in a sentence
"But the two literary predecessors that kept occurring to me as I bathed in the lulling current of Le Guin's book were both from men who were famous for endorsing the sheer power of dreams _qua _dreams."
"IN the early morning (it was the second morning after my recovery, and I believe the fourth after I was picked up), I awoke through an avenue of tumultuous dreams, dreams of guns and howling mobs, and became sensible of a hoarse shouting above me."
"One's dreams may not all be realized, for _dreams_ never are; but the reality will differ from, and be a thousand fold sweeter, than any dreams; those shadowy and impalpable though gorgeous entities, that flit over the twilight of the soul, after the sun of judgment has set."