(British also undreamt /-ˈdremt/)
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).
Words that rhyme with undreamedunredeemed
For editors and proofreaders
Definition of undreamed in:
What do you find interesting about this word or phrase?
Comments that don't adhere to our Community Guidelines may be moderated or removed.