Definition of Redreaming

1. redream [v] - See also: redream



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redreaming

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

Literary usage of Redreaming

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1. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by RUDYARD. KIPLING (1899)
"He was silent for a long time, redreaming the dreams that he had dreamed eight years ago, but through them all ran, as sheet-lightning through golden cloud, ..."

2. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1908)
"The next minute he was another being; acted upon by the new circumstance, reflecting the new friend, or redreaming the old and new-found dream. ..."

3. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1908)
"The next minute he was another being; acted upon by the new circumstance, reflecting the new friend, or redreaming the old and new-found dream. ..."

4. How to Read by John Barrett Kerfoot (1916)
"eyes to its tangled and contradictory implications and seek to take refuge from its new puzzles in the unaltered redreaming of old dreams; — we soon come to ..."

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