Definition of Redreamed

1. redream [v] - See also: redream



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redreamed

redpole
redpoles
redpoll
redpolls
redraft
redrafted
redrafting
redrafts
redraw
redrawer
redrawers
redrawing
redrawn
redraws
redream
redreamed (current term)
redreaming
redreams
redreamt
redress
redressability
redressable
redressal
redressals
redressed
redresser
redressers
redresses
redressible

Literary usage of Redreamed

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Ireland's Literary Renaissance by Ernest Augustus Boyd (1922)
"For all its revision, however, The King's Threshold has evidently not been dreamed and redreamed like The Shadowy Waters, which is undoubtedly the most ..."

2. Irish Plays and Playwrights by Cornelius Weygandt (1913)
""The Shadowy Waters" is a poem so long considered, so often returned to, so loved and elaborated and worked over, so often dreamed and redreamed, ..."

3. Ireland's Literary Renaissance: Further Reviews of Diaries from the by Arthur Ponsonby Ponsonby (1922)
"For all its revision, however, The King's Threshold has evidently not been dreamed and redreamed like The Shadowy Waters, which is undoubtedly the most ..."

4. Embers by John Myers O'Hara (1921)
"Mad nights, redreamed, ye throng to memory fast, Shake me with love and laughter, wit and wine; Pleasures that were imperial in the past, And nevermore may ..."

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