Definitions

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  • adj. Inclined to daydream; scatterbrained or idealistic.
  • adj. As if in a daydream.

Etymologies

daydream +‎ -y (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • There was a sigh of relief and Dad would be in a daydreamy dwam until the final bars of All I Have to Do is Dream repeated to fade.

    Family life

  • I had recently sold an original screenplay set at the turn of the century, and I was casting about, in the daydreamy, directionless way I do between projects, for good topics for a follow-up period piece.

    Joseph Gangemi discusses the story behind his first book, Inamorata

  • As a corporate lawyer, she was "shy and daydreamy . . . dreaded the spotlight and disliked aggression."

    Avoiding The Limelight

  • There have been no daydreamy, quiet moments bathed in soft light where I sit, contemplating the being in my belly.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • Riding the big train today and started to daydream, in the daydreamy style of reductive logic unique to the accompaniment of a train horn, the subject which was What I Might Read to the Internet Tonight.

    Two Gentle People | Miette's Bedtime Story Podcast

  • My wildest daydreamy kinds of fantasies always involve something I'm almost certain I won't find.

    July 2008

  • None of these companies has that daydreamy quality about their products or services.

    Dos and Don'ts for Beating the iPod (and iTunes) - Anil Dash

  • Trance is usually characterized as either focused attention or unfocused attention . . . that loopy daydreamy feeling many folks have accompanied by deep relaxation is often the description given.

    Trance versus Hypnosis

  • Sandals - peaceful, daydreamy, and thoughtful, you often find yourself staring into space.

    fuct-up-girl Diary Entry

  • Andi Toma and Jan St. Werner construct daydreamy soundtracks for everyday life, impressionist strolls through the Information Age.

    Disquiet » Best CDs of 1997

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