Definition of undreamed in English:

undreamed

Syllabification: un·dreamed
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈdrēmd
 
/
(British also undreamt /-ˈdremt/)

adjective

(undreamed of)
Not thought to be possible (used to express pleasant surprise at the amount, extent, or level of something): a level of comfort undreamed of in earlier times she is now enjoying undreamed-of success
More example sentences
  • You're merely giving the boss a level of control undreamed of by those Victorian factory masters who fantasised about the constant surveillance of the work force.
  • Now the coast is experiencing pressure and possibilities undreamed of by James Johnston.
  • Today competition reigns in the U.S. in a way undreamed of 20 years ago - competition for markets, for labor, for capital, for time and, yes, for attention (just ask the newspaper industry).

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