from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Of or relating to Morpheus, to dreams, or to sleep.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or belonging to Morpheus, a god of dreams in the later Roman poets.


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  • Up with the moon came the zooplankton: minute Crustacea, tiny crabs and shrimps with unpronounceable names, miniature fish larvae-all intent on a morphean orgy of feeding.

    With Friends Like These...

  • A real double bed must be an ocean of morphean comfort.


  • Opened them, and lay a moment, bridging the morphean chasm that lay between last night and this morning.

    Cheerful—By Request

  • Fanned by voluptuous gales, by morphean languors blessed.

    Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne,


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