Definition of dreamboat in English:

dreamboat

noun

informal
  • A very attractive person, especially a man.

    • ‘It's not fair to say that Democrats aren't seduced by their own archetypal dreamboats.’
    • ‘Verbal compatibility is vital and most dreamboats on paper turn out to be duds on the phone.’
    • ‘Before long, she's managed to insert herself into the cast, snare her dreamboat, popularize her colossal hairdo and integrate the show for her black friends.’
    • ‘If you want to be married and your dreamboat isn't interested, don't waste your time.’
    • ‘But all he wanted to do was write poetry about tortured relationships and stuff - what a dreamboat!’
    • ‘I am looking forward to meeting a dreamboat at her celebratory dinner tonight.’
    • ‘When he lifts up his baseball cap to scratch his hair, the soft features of a boy-band dreamboat are revealed.’
    • ‘So when her own dreamboat misbehaves, she knows exactly what to do, right?’
    • ‘Are you two dreamboats here visiting someone?’
    • ‘Sometimes we have to explain things to the dreamboats we are married to because many of them are tone deaf to, uh, nuance.’
    • ‘I immediately lost all desire to touch him, even if he was a dreamboat.’
    • ‘Your brother is a total dreamboat
    • ‘I overheard these older girls talking about him being a dreamboat but I just see him as Scott, the kid that had to go to the doctor because he swallowed eight marbles whole.’
    • ‘Don't look now, but a blond dreamboat is checking your sails.’
    • ‘Of course, in a career of fairy-tale proportions, he's not only played Cinderella's royal dreamboat, but also the Nutcracker prince, the Swan Lake prince and the Sleeping Beauty prince, with room for Romeo and Apollo on the side.’
    • ‘He is interrupted by a butch, bearded man clad in plaid (played by ascending dreamboat Gael García Bernal) who introduces himself as his childhood friend Ignacio, now an aspiring actor known by the stage name Angel.’
    • ‘He is not anybody's dreamboat of a point guard - he's small, inconsistent with the shot, and never one to rack up a ton of assists - but he plays hard and seems not to have become overly enamored with his own abilities.’
    • ‘He was a man's man, a woman's dreamboat and a good friend.’
    • ‘Tricky little dreamboat - he just loves the cloak and dagger!’

Pronunciation

dreamboat

/ˈdriːmbəʊt/