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- adv. In a dreamy manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. As if in a dream; softly; slowly; languidly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a dreamy manner; as a dream.
- As in a dreaming state; in reverie; idly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a dreamy manner
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Anthology, and he would recite it with great inflation of spirits; but he did not think very much of "your Keatses, and your Tennysons, and the whole Hasheesh crazy lot," as he called the dreamily sensuous idealists who belong to the same century that brought in ether and chloroform.
He recalled dreamily the different passages of her letter, the remainder of his mail lying neglected on his bed.
“Fujiko,” Mother called dreamily as though things like this happened everyday, “Come inside before you catch cold.
Madelene uses a layer of blanched spinach in her wellington, which is a nice idea – "carbohydrate, protein, sauce and vegetable all in one" as she says – and which wins Richard's heart; "it just looks so pretty" he says dreamily.
“I wonder what our school will be like thirty years from now,” Bess said dreamily.
"A cold Tab and a police escort," he says dreamily.
The premise follows Lilup as he floats dreamily around the world meeting a motley crew of creatures on each continent.
“He was very rough with me,” she said, somewhat dreamily.
Unlike the early birds, the dawning of each day finds me still abed, nested in my covers and dreamily counting waves; this is a psychological response to the soothing sigh of a slight swell nibbling at the beach a few yards from my seaside bed.
That's correct, Mom, but then Tracey asked "Isn't he gay?" and you replied, dreamily, with the above quote.