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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of dream.

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Examples

  • On an only slightly related subject, last night I drempt that my dad, who passed away years ago, had just died, and that Juss could see him and talk to him.

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  • I drempt about a lady, Judy, I work with at job 2, whom found her Mother having passed away yesterday in her chair.

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  • I drempt that her and I and a whole group of people had gone to dinner.

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  • Oppressed and laden with all these aforenamed frightes and terrors, I began to imagine that the Dragon was flying about my head, and with the noyse of hir scritching teeth and tearing clawes to take hould vpon me with hir deuouring iawes: my heart giuing mee to vnderstand, that the carniuorus Woolfe which I drempt of, was a presage of this my last doubted end.

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  • Wall, as I said, we didn't git home till pitch dark, and then I drempt of fish all night, and eels, and alligators, and such.

    Samantha at the World's Fair

  • No matter if they wuz riz up higher than you ever drempt of rizin ''em up, instead of fallin', they will, so to speak, find themselves on the ground floor -- in the suller, as you may say -- so fur up beyend your highest imagination is the reality of that wonderful White City of the West --

    Samantha at the World's Fair

  • Why, to jest give you a small idee of the magnitude and size, jest think of five hundred thousand pansies from every quarter of the globe, and every beautiful color that wuz ever seen or drempt of.

    Samantha at the World's Fair

  • Jest think on't! there Josiah Allen and I wuz a-travellin 'way off to places too fur to be reached only by our strainin' fancy -- places that we never expected or drempt that we could see with our mortal eyes only in

    Samantha at the World's Fair

  • And then there wuz all sorts of art work on enamel and metal, and all sorts of dazzlin 'jewelry that wuz ever made or thought on, and all the silverware that wuz ever hearn or drempt of -- why, jest one little service of seven pieces cost twenty thousand dollars.

    Samantha at the World's Fair

  • "But," sez she, "I never drempt that men wuz such lovely creeters."

    Samantha at the World's Fair

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