Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Free from dreams.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Free from, or without, dreams.

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  • adjective Without dreams.

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  • adjective untroubled by dreams

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Examples

  • Appropriately enough, the plate's iconic force -- reminiscent of non-perspectival medieval representations -- grows out of the violent contrast between the "depthless" Gestalt of Los trapped "in dreamless night" and his gaze of catastrophic expectation (reinforced by the toothless, semingly disfigured mouth).

    Bringing About the Past

  • Cæsar, on his perch, apparently wrapped in dreamless slumber, would in reality be watching the stealthy movements of Tim, the cat, who would come scouting through the grass towards the tin of food.

    A Little Bush Maid

  • The passage of our notions as they exist during wakefulness into those of dreams, and that of notions as they exist in dreams into those of wakefulness, become directly apprehensible in that state of consciousness which is called dreamless slumber.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

  • The next morning, Isabella woke up after a surprisingly dreamless sleep, threw on running gear, put Rufus in the truck, and drove to a trail Joe had told her about.

    At Hidden Falls

  • I am confident that his sleep was stupefied and dreamless, and that he awoke next day merely to heaviness and moroseness, and that if he lives to-day he does not remember that night, so passing was it as an incident.

    Chapter 4

  • At last, she was able to lie down again on the bed, and a long time after that, she fell into a deep, dreamless sleep.

    Choker

  • Each night I went to fencing practice, then came back and went to bed, where I slept a dreamless sleep, and awoke to start it all over again.

    Haven

  • Exhaustion had taken her into a dreamless slumber when a loud crash shattered her sleep.

    Western Man

  • Each night I went to fencing practice, then came back and went to bed, where I slept a dreamless sleep, and awoke to start it all over again.

    Haven

  • The sound of a bell startled me, pulling me out of a dreamless slumber.

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

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