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  • verb transitive To dismiss from the imagination as though never dreamed.


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un- +‎ dream


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  • So if it is in my power to undream their dreams, to give the future to another people, who is to say that it's wrong?

    Pastwatch, the Redemtion of Christopher Columbus Card, Orson Scott 1996

  • It was like a dream, the going down-stairs in the light and brightness, and listening to the soft sweep of the satin train; but it was singularly undream-like to be startled as she was by the rushing of a huge Spanish mastiff, which bounded down the steps behind her, and bounding upon her dress, nearly knocked her down.

    Theo A Sprightly Love Story Frances Hodgson Burnett 1886

  • And yet from the ruined castle of the Weibertreue Kerner pointed out to us a man walking along the road, and that man was the very incarnation of all that was sober, rational, and undream-like; for it was David Strauss, author of the "Life of Jesus."

    Memoirs Charles Godfrey Leland 1863

  • Charles Manson's sentence commuted, conviction changed from 'MASS MURDER' to 'mass Mischief "under new' warm fuzzy 'rules #tcot undream Surprise: Your Biological Father May Be Charles Manson -

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7 2009


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