Need another word that means the same as “dreaming”? Find 1 synonym and 30 related words for “dreaming” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Dreaming” are: dream
Dreaming as a Noun
Definitions of "Dreaming" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “dreaming” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- Imaginative thoughts indulged in while awake.
- A series of mental images and emotions occurring during sleep.
Synonyms of "Dreaming" as a noun (1 Word)
|dream||A state of mind in which someone is or seems to be unaware of their immediate surroundings.|
He lives in a dream that has nothing to do with reality.
Associations of "Dreaming" (30 Words)
A man lay asleep.
|awake||Not in a state of sleep; completely conscious.|
Still not fully awake.
|bed||Place plants in a prepared bed of soil.|
He sat on the edge of the bed.
|daydream||Have a daydream indulge in a fantasy.|
She was lost in a daydream.
|doze||A light fitful sleep.|
I dozed off for a few seconds.
|dreamy||Dreamy in mood or nature.|
The atmosphere is tranquil and dreamy.
Let not your prudence drowse.
|drowsiness||A very sleepy state.|
This drug can cause drowsiness.
Made drowsy by the long ride.
|envision||Picture to oneself; imagine possible.|
She envisioned the admiring glances of guests seeing her home.
|hypnosis||A hypnotic state.|
I was regressed under hypnosis.
|hypnotism||The act of inducing hypnosis.|
|illusory||Based on or having the nature of an illusion.|
Secret activities offer presidents the alluring but often illusory promise that they can achieve foreign policy goals without the bothersome debate and open decision that are staples of democracy.
|imaginary||Existing only in the imagination.|
Chris had imaginary conversations with her.
|mesmerism||The act of inducing hypnosis.|
|nap||A soft or fuzzy surface texture.|
She took to napping on the beach in the afternoons.
|nightmare||A frightening or unpleasant dream.|
The nightmare of racial hatred.
|oversleep||Sleep longer or later than one intended.|
We talked until the early hours and consequently I overslept.
|reverie||An abstracted state of absorption.|
His own compositions can move from impressionist reveries to an orchestral chordal approach.
|rouse||Cause to be agitated excited or roused.|
She roused and looked around.
|sleep||A gummy secretion found in the corners of the eyes after sleep.|
He sleeps in Holywell cemetery.
|sleepy||Needing or ready for sleep.|
He turned off the road into a sleepy little town.
Calm as a child in dreamless slumber.
|snore||Make a snorting or grunting sound while asleep.|
She sings a version of Passionate Kisses that s a certified snore.
|somnolence||A very sleepy state.|
|somnolent||Inclined to or marked by drowsiness.|
The sound had a somnolent effect.
|subconscious||The subconscious part of the mind not in technical use in psychoanalysis where unconscious is preferred.|
My subconscious fear.
|visualize||Form a mental image of; imagine.|
Mathematicians often visualize.
|waken||Cause to become awake or conscious.|
They combined to waken a forgotten and futile hope.
|waking||Marked by full consciousness or alertness.|
Worked every moment of my waking hours.