Sentence for dreamed | Use dreamed in a sentence

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  • Dreamed that most wonderful, false dream! (8)
  • Alone, where she had dreamed of being alone with him! (8)
  • And sleeping he dreamed. (1)
  • And the evening, so different from what she had dreamed of, closed in. (8)
  • And who, swayed by languor, had dreamed of a method that would be surest and swiftest to teach him the wisdom of surrendering her? (10)
  • At the first touch the squire sprang up, swearing by his Lord Harry he had just dreamed of fire, and muttering of buckets. (10)
  • Beatifically he smoked, dreamed, watched. (8)
  • But against the grip of this love she never dreamed of fighting now. (8)
  • By the time the morning came she had got to forget that she had dreamed. (8)
  • Countess Ammiani would not have forwarded the letter addressed to herself had she dreamed the mischief it might do. (10)
  • England more beautiful than she had dreamed. (8)
  • For so many lay awake, or dreamed, teased by the criss-cross of the world. (8)
  • He dreamed continually of stretching out his hand, and so he did not dare, or thought he did not dare, to pass that way. (8)
  • He dreamed of it now, feeling the smooth roll of a torrent. (10)
  • He dreamed that he was at his club, sitting after dinner in the crowded smoking-room, with its bright walls and trefoils of light. (8)
  • He had dreamed something about a new soup, with a taste of mint in it. (8)
  • He had never dreamed that to see her in the presence of the man who owned her would be so terrible. (8)
  • He had never known, had not dreamed, of such a violent, sick feeling. (8)
  • He not only dreamed of her, and wanted her; he believed in her. (8)
  • He overflowed with it, and he talked as little as he dreamed of anything else in the vast half-summer we spent together. (9)
  • He still dreamed of going back to England the next summer, but that was not to be. (9)
  • How often had he dreamed of the manifold effects that would be produced by the elixir! (5)
  • I dreamed I saw a-faun on that boulder blowing on a pipe. (8)
  • I dreamed last night we were in the fields together, and he walked with his arm round my waist. (10)
  • I dreamed last night, O, such a dreadful thing! (1)
  • I dreamed of one year in Italy; I fancied it might be two; more than that was unimaginable. (10)
  • I dreamed of what I would do for everybody. (10)
  • I little dreamed that! (10)
  • I may have dreamed this or had it suggested to me, for on referring to Jonathan Wild, I do not find it. (10)
  • I must have dreamed of it just before waking, and I burned for reasonable information concerning it. (10)
  • I slept and dreamed of her. (10)
  • I swear to you I have dreamed of you ever since, and love you. (10)
  • I thought, too, of the pretty dreams being dreamt about the land, and of the people who dreamed them. (8)
  • It was like nothing she had dreamed of. (8)
  • Leila had not lied, and he had not dreamed! (8)
  • Once, he said, her eyes pierced him so that he dreamed of a dagger in his bosom, and woke himself plucking at it. (10)
  • She dreamed of flight. (10)
  • She dreamed that a voice was calling her, and she was filled with a helpless, dumb dream terror. (8)
  • She and Austin were not unlike, only Austin never dreamed, and had not married an old lord. (10)
  • She believed in her son, had dreamed of public position for him, or, rather, felt he would attain it as a matter of course. (8)
  • She had dreamed that the vessel was wrecked. (10)
  • She had never invoked it, never wished, never dreamed it, but if it was to be? (10)
  • She half-fashioned the words on her lips that she had dreamed of a false Zion, and was being righteously punished. (10)
  • She must have dreamed it! (8)
  • Shifting his position, his eyes fell upon some outbuildings which had an oddly familiar appearance, as if he had dreamed of them. (1)
  • The candle in the window burned down to the socket, sputtered and flared a moment and went out unobserved; for the woman slept and dreamed. (1)
  • The mystery of the rising vapors veiled the gulf into which the cataract swooped; the sun shone, and a rainbow dreamed upon them. (9)
  • The new conception fitted in with a tale, already dreamed of on the Perthshire moors, about the dark adventurous years of the Jacobite eclipse. (2)
  • There they have dreamed: here they must act. (10)
  • Tom went back, and Raynham and Lobourne slept and dreamed not of the morrow. (10)
  • Was it true that twenty-six years had passed, or had he dreamed and awakened to find Megan waiting for him by the big apple tree? (8)

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