beyond (one's) wildest dreams

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beyond (one's) wildest dreams

Unimaginable. Living in Paris was beyond my wildest dreams when I was a broke college student.
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beyond your wildest dreams

COMMON If something is beyond your wildest dreams, it is much better than you could have imagined or hoped for. I've found my job fascinating and fulfilling - it's been beyond my wildest dreams. He was being paid a salary beyond most people's wildest dreams.
See also: beyond, dream, wild
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beyond your wildest dreams

bigger, better, or to a greater extent than it would be reasonable to expect or hope for.
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beyond your wildest ˈdreams

much greater or better than you ever expected, imagined, etc: The success of our first album was beyond our wildest dreams.
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Attending the fest was memorable enough, so to win the top prize was beyond his wildest dreams. 'At first, I couldn't believe that we won,' he remarked.
Roger Federer says that surpassing the record seven modern day men's Wimbledon singles titles won by his hero Pete Sampras is beyond his wildest dreams. Roger Federer said on Monday (July 17) that surpassing the record seven modern day men's Wimbledon singles titles won by his hero Pete Sampras was beyond his wildest dreams.
And after their 2-0 win over Queen of the South, he admitted the manner of their triumph was beyond his wildest dreams.
London, Apr 25 ( ANI ): Former Sri Lanka coach Paul Farbrace has said that the opportunity to work with the England national team is 'beyond his wildest dreams'.
That's right, he said that of the part which paid him PS250,000 an episode to make him rich beyond his wildest dreams.
CELTIC kid Callum McGregor admits getting the chance to pit his wits against Real Madrid was beyond his wildest dreams.
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McIlroy can now look forward to things that were previously beyond his wildest dreams - No.1 in the world rankings and maybe even a decent hairstyle.
He is already wealthy beyond his wildest dreams, and if City did persuade him to sign, you then have the problem of trying to assimilate someone into the squad who is light years ahead of everyone else in terms of stature, ability and wages.
The place where Loehe first said "I would not even want my dog to be buried here" has become great beyond his wildest dreams. Today the name Neuendettelsau is synonymous with diaconal ministry throughout Germany and around the world.
Blyth boss Harry Dunn saluted his squad ( and then admitted that the stunning 4-0 UniBond League Premier Division win at Whitby was beyond his wildest dreams.
Mortal peril, the threat of thieves, hostile Indians, and the challenges of surviving and no man's land with few laws and less enforcement make for an exciting succession of dangerous adventures that provide the would-be writer with source material to craft popular stories beyond his wildest dreams. A good, old-fashioned romp through the Old West, resonating with the memories of classic cowboy movies, stories, tall tales and culture.
CLAUDIO RANIERI insisted that only a ``stupid man'' would expect Chelsea to win the Barclaycard Premiership title this season despite admitting that his pounds 75million summer spending spree was beyond his wildest dreams.
WAYNE BRIDGE is hoping to realise an ambition that he admits has always been beyond his wildest dreams.
Both his current work--which has flourished beyond his wildest dreams no doubt--as well as the Ignatian Institute have incurred the ire of Jesuit confreres who resent the church of John Paul II.