Dream, v. t. To have a dream of; to see, or have a vision of, in sleep, or in idle fancy; -- often followed by an objective clause.
Your old men shall dream dreams. Acts ii. 17.
At length in sleep their bodies they compose,. Dryden.
And dreamt the future fight
And still they dream that they shall still succeed. Cowper.
To dream away
To dream out,
To dream through, etc., to pass in revery or inaction; to spend in idle vagaries; as, to
dream away an hour; to
dream through life. " Why does Antony dream out his hours?"
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