I keep coming back to Alice in Wonderland theme – this time the sketch of Alice has black hair and meets the Cheshire cat.
oneiric \oh-NY-rik\ , noun;
1. Of, pertaining to, or suggestive of dreams; dreamy.
On this score, the novel might easily drift off into an oneiric never-never land, but Mr. Welch doesn’t let this happen.
— Peter Wild, “Visions of Blackfoot”, New York Times, November 2, 1986
Some — not all — of Caravaggio’s painting uniquely compels you to grope for words in order to describe the optical novelty and disturbing immediacy of the images. They’re at once coldly precise, voluptuously real and strangely oneiric.
— Peter Robb, “Candid camera”, The Guardian, October 20, 2001
Oneiric comes from Greek oneiros, “dream.”