Definition of Redream
1. dream [v -DREAMED or -DREAMT, -DREAMING, -DREAMS] - See also: dream
Lexicographical Neighbors of Redream
Literary usage of Redream
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly by William Farrand Felch, George C. Atwell, H. Phelps Arms, Frances Trevelyan Miller (1895)
"I had wondered why I should so incessantly redream this town, but, given as I was to hypothesizing, could never weave any satisfactory theory. ..."
2. Erasmus & Luther: Their Attitude to Toleration by Robert Henry Murray (1920)
"That is, Socrates will revisit this globe to raise the same questions with the same replies, and Plato will redream the same fancies.7 This dreary prospect ..."
3. Antonio Pollaiuolo by Maud Cruttwell (1907)
"I dreamt that I had taken a wife, and suffered so much because of her that I awaked, and in order not to fall asleep again and redream the same dream, ..."
4. Chronicles of the White Mountains by Frederick Wilkinson Kilbourne (1916)
"IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS Mountains in whose vast shadows live great names, On whose firm pillars rest mysterious dawns, And sunsets that redream the ..."
5. Chronicles of the White Mountains by Frederick Wilkinson Kilbourne (1916)
"... On whose firm pillars rest mysterious dawns, And sunsets that redream the apocalypse; A world of billowing green that, veil on veil. ..."