Dreams [noun]

Definition of Dreams:

illusion, vision

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Sentence/Example of Dreams:

With his funds for travel and tournament fees running out, failure would mean returning home and abandoning his dream.

In that case the impetus to go interstellar might have nothing to do with dreams of exploration or empire, but all to do with fundamental biology.

It isn’t easy for cricketers to give up dreams of playing for their national teams.

He ended up at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art on a scholarship, thwarting his parents’ dream of his becoming a lawyer.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage and many colleges stay largely online, a growing number of students are choosing to defer higher education instead of accepting a remote college experience unlike anything they’ve grown up dreaming of.

She’s the lead author of a new study published in Nature Geoscience that upends those dreams of a watery Mars, presenting new findings that suggest the planet’s ancient landscape looked closer to Antarctica than the tropics.

Based on a Mark Twain fable, The Peanut Butter Falcon is about a man who runs away from his care home to pursue his dream of becoming a pro wrestler.

The dream of 3D printed houses goes back at least two decades, but recently, things have heated up.

“So rises a new era of American spaceflight,” said Dan Huot of NASA, shortly afterward — “and with it the ambitions of a new generation continuing the dream.”

Even though I was excelling, I always thought that I didn’t have the capabilities to fulfill my dreams.