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of (one's) dreams

That one most desires or has hoped for. I never expected to get married again, but meeting the man of my dreams completely changed my mind. I can't turn down this offer—it's the job of my dreams!
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of your dreams

COMMON If someone or something is the person or thing of your dreams, they are the best you can imagine. Maybe, just maybe, the man of your dreams will walk through that door and into your life tonight. It was in Tunisia that they saw the house of their dreams, the most beautiful dwelling imaginable.
See also: dream, of
References in classic literature ?
Seeing this, and dreading the effect of any violent agitation, I hastened to suggest that we should say no more, for that day, on the subject of her dream.
After reading this story, I was talking to my friend, Lee Young-mi, (mentioned above) about the specific contents of her dreams. I laughed, when her face showed great concern as she explained, "Terry, in my dreams, I am always looking for a place to pee." (Well, yes, if a woman can urinate enough to fill-up a city, she might need some seclusion for a time.)
In Billie's case, each of her dreams is an example of the third form of synchronistic event: a coincidence of a subjective psychic state about a dream or vision (i.e., her belief that each version of the dream was profoundly significant) with a dream or vision in which the "synchronistic," objective event takes place in the future and is represented in the present by the corresponding dream or vision.