from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. A past tense and a past participle of dream.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dream.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Preterit and past participle of dream.
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Yet another spurious and mischievous label dreamt up by the Vatican speech writers - have they nothing more important to do?
"Promiscuity" is a term dreamt up and used by those who largely let their lives be dominated by the limiting prescriptions of religions.
The public sector borrowing figures, released just three hours before George Osborne took to his feet in the House of Commons, underlined why that idea would have been almost as clumsy as the expression dreamt up to describe it.
Benny Morris decided all by himself that the word 'transfer' was a codeword dreamt up by the Zionists to describe their (alleged) plans of ethnic cleansing.
CDOs, and more, but before I look at the latest hot label dreamt up, I look at the cash to find out what is really going on. "
The absurd description is one of a raft of euphemistic job titles dreamt up by modern managers desperate to attract a higher calibre of candidates, but which give little insight into the position on offer.
Well we should all realize that the "war on drugs" is simply a snappy marketing phrase dreamt up by the public relations apparatus in much the same way as the "war on terror".
Those are the things that we really kind of dreamt up I guess.
MCANUFF: Well, I've always, you know, kind of dreamt of working -- dreamed of working at Radio City.
He niver knew exactly ha he gate hooam that neet, but he went to bed an 'dreamt' at he wor riding in a hearse to get wed to th 'widder, an' th 'trees on booath sides o'th' road wor hung wi 'garlands o' black pudding.