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How to use dreamt in a sentence. Dreamt pronunciation.

And I never dreamt of marrying Mr. Cobb.
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It's like having dreamt that I was married to you.
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Horace, absorbed in preoccupations, had never dreamt that this illness might prove fatal; on finding Nancy in tears, he was astonished.
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Even within my recollection-how quickly things change!-no lady would have dreamt of permitting her daughter to take an engagement in a shop or any such place.
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I should never have dreamt that such a thing was possible.
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But for you, I should never have proposed to Winifred-never dreamt of such a thing.
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Nobody ever dreamt of reproaching Milton's Lucifer for not seeing the comic side of his fall; and nobody who has read Mr Harris's stories desires to have them lightened by chapters from the hand of Artemus Ward.
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I've dreamt it so often.
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He had never dreamt that she was capable of crying like that.
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Mildred dreamt a great deal, and she had an accurate memory for her dreams, which she would relate every day with prolixity.
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He went to sleep and dreamt that he was suddenly sound of foot and out at the Cape in a regiment of Yeomanry; the pictures he had looked at in the illustrated papers gave materials for his fancy; and he saw himself on the Veldt, in khaki, sitting with other men round a fire at night.
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Splendid as the waters that drop with resounding thunder from high ledges of rock, and plunge downwards into the blue depths of night, was the presence of love she dreamt, drawing into it every drop of the force of life, and dashing them all asunder in the superb catastrophe in which everything was surrendered, and nothing might be reclaimed.
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All down the street and on the doorstep, and while he mounted the stairs, his dream of Katharine possessed him; on the threshold of the room he had dismissed it, in order to prevent too painful a collision between what he dreamt of her and what she was.
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Thus confronted at a distance of only a few feet by the real body of the woman about whom he had dreamt so many million dreams, Ralph stammered; he made a clutch at his self-control; the color either came to his cheeks or left them, he knew not which; but he was determined to face her and track down in the cold light of day whatever vestige of truth there might be in his persistent imaginations.
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Since they had stopped talking, she had become to him not so much a real person, as the very woman he dreamt of; but his solitary dreams had never produced any such keenness of sensation as that which he felt in her presence.
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Hampton Court was decided upon, in preference to Hampstead, for though Cassandra had dreamt as a child of the brigands of Hampstead, she had now transferred her affections completely and for ever to William III.
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He dreamt that Barney had come back to fetch him, and opened his eyes some hours later expecting to see him; but he was not there.
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Who could ever have dreamt that the son of the richest lord in Naples should have depended for a beggar's alms on Venetian charity?
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The finale of all, that of "Illusions" falling on us like snow-showers, but again of "the gods sitting steadfast on their thrones" all the while,-what a _Fiat Lux_ is there, into the deeps of a philosophy, which the vulgar has not, which hardly three men living have, yet dreamt of!
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The pleasures of life are few; When we sat in the sunlight, Annie, I dreamt that the skies were blue- When we sat in the sunlight, Annie, I dreamt that the earth was green; There is little colour, if any, 'Neath the sunlight now to be seen.
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Examples of Dreamt

Example #1
No," I said, "I can't marry Mr. Cobb.
Example #2
Really, Louise, that kind of talk isn't at all ladylike.
Example #3
Speak to me like you did before.
Example #4
No, no, I don't mean that.
Example #5
Mary was very silent in these days; her face had the dignity of a profound unspoken grief. To his son, Mr. Lord talked only of practical things, urging sound advice, and refraining, now, from any mention of their differences.
Example #6
When she saw Mary she looked at her with new feelings, and spoke to her less familiarly than of wont.