Definition of dreaminess in US English:

dreaminess

noun

  • See dreamy

    • ‘Meeting this charismatic writer and public speaker, she finally learned where she'd got her acting talent, her literary ability and her dreaminess.’
    • ‘It captured all the sentimental dreaminess of old-school space stories.’
    • ‘There is something mesmerising about this movie: a story of passion and rage and frustration in which everything happens none the less in a kind of underwater dreaminess.’
    • ‘Still, it has a stranded-in-the-desert-in-the-Southwest dreaminess to it.’
    • ‘It is not difficult to imagine a Bulgarian fellow asking with a contradictory mixture of dreaminess and incipient anxiety in his voice: ‘Was that good for you too?’’

Pronunciation

dreaminess

/ˈdrēmēnəs//ˈdriminəs/