dream come true

dream come true

Meaning | Definition

  • fulfilment of a wish after a long time
  • the notion of something that is hoped by a person coming to life
  • for fantasies to get fulfilled
  • a desire that ┬ásomeone has required or attained after a long time

Example Sentences

  1. This house is my dream come true.
  2. It will be a dream come true to be able to go to Hollywood and meet my favourite stars.
  3. Seeing the Queen of England, even as she passed by in her car was a total dream come true.
  4. It will be a dream come true if she would agree to go out on a date with me.
  5. My dream came true after the birth of my daughter.
  6. The professor winning a lottery ticket is his dream come true.
  7. The children on the road desire to be loved and taken care of like any other children. If you can give them that then it will make their dream come true.
  8. I often think that if my dream came true then I would perhaps not be so motivated. It is the chase that matters to me.

Origin

The phrase glorifies reality when it is something that a person had hoped for or worked hard towards achieving. It may or may not have literally been a ‘dream’ but just the hope or a goal getting fulfilled would get characterized as such too.

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