Fiction vs Dreamware - What's the difference?

fiction | dreamware |


As nouns the difference between fiction and dreamware

is that fiction is literary type using invented or imaginative writing, instead of real facts, usually written as prose while dreamware is (rare) things dreamed of; fictions or fantasies.

fiction

Noun

(en noun)
  • Literary type using invented or imaginative writing, instead of real facts, usually written as prose.
  • The company’s accounts contained a number of blatant fictions .
    I am a great reader of fiction .
  • (uncountable) Invention.
  • The butler’s account of the crime was pure fiction .

    Synonyms

    * fabrication * figment

    Antonyms

    * documentary * fact * non-fiction

    Derived terms

    * non-fiction * science fiction * speculative fiction * fiction section

    dreamware

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • (rare) Things dreamed of; fictions or fantasies.
  • * 1901 , Paulist Fathers, Catholic World
  • No use talking, I'm an unpractical, useless dealer in dreamware ; a metaphysician who don't know how to fry an egg...
  • * 1994 , William Corbett, Philip Guston's late work
  • The painting could serve as a sign over a shop selling dreamware . Legend erases the line between conscious and unconscious.
  • * 2008 , Skip Moen, Spiritual Restoration
  • So much of our contemporary theological dreamware is about escape. We long for heaven. We fix our eyes on the other world. We want out!
  • (computing, rare) Speculative software products that may never reach fruition; vapourware.
  • * 1989 , Visual Resources Association, Bulletin
  • ...the author is surprised to find so few imaging projects actually using CD-ROM. He attributes this to the "wait and see" attitude of potential users who are holding out for new "dreamware" products which do not exist yet.
  • * 1989 , Information Access Company, Datamation
  • Independently pursuing his interest in metasoftware, Vinci has defined several basic modules and created some actual models of his dreamware .
  • * 1999 , Jessica Keyes, Internet Management
  • You could create problems for your company if you downplay current products and hype the dreamware that may never become reality.