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  • adv. In a dreamless way; without dreams.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a dreamless manner.


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  • Aurora's explosions sprawled across the walls, dreamlessly, in bourgeois fever trying to silence gunship blades echoing from the Hazarajat right through to my pillows.


  • And as she slept deeply and dreamlessly, he lay awake and alert, dividing his concentration between the feel of her beside him and the sounds of the night.

    Captured by Moonlight

  • In spite of her emotional turmoil, Berry had slept deeply and dreamlessly.

    Tough Customer

  • I stopped the tears and felt a warm flow of comfort, then slept soundly and dreamlessly, my first restful sleep since his death.

    A Book of Miracles

  • I had been sleeping so deeply, so dreamlessly, that my body still felt paralyzed.

    Every little thing in the world

  • They extensively interviewed the two women who'd stopped at the lights behind Red Millbrook's car, and who'd tooted at him when the lights went green, and had gone to yell at him, and had found his slumped bloody body and would never sleep dreamlessly again.

    The Elvis Latte

  • That night, for the first time since my accident, I slept soundly and dreamlessly till I was called at eight o'clock.

    Movie Night

  • Still clumsy with fatigue, he managed to fumble the cot upright again, and lay back down, this time to sleep dreamlessly.

    Elephant in the City

  • While Rubashov slept quietly and dreamlessly -- the toothache had also quietened down -- Ivanov, on the way to his room, paid a visit to Gletkin.


  • He drove home, parked the Lexus in his garage, had another shower, then went to bed, where he slept dreamlessly for eighteen hours.

    It's October, 1956.


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