loverVanity. Pleasure. The idealized inner self.
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oceanA great expanse or amount. Vast, limitless feelings. Your feeling overwhelmed with emotions. To dream of the ocean when it is calm is propitious. The sailor will have a pleasant and profitable voyage. The business man will enjoy a season of remuneration, and the young man will revel in his sweetheart's charms. To be far out on the ocean, and hear the waves lash the ship, forebodes disaster in business life, and quarrels and stormy periods in the household. To be on shore and see the waves of the ocean foaming against each other, foretells your narrow escape from injury and the designs of enemies. To dream of seeing the ocean so shallow as to allow wading, or a view of the bottom, signifies prosperity and pleasure with a commingling of sorrow and hardships. To sail on the ocean when it is calm, is always propitious.
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walkingFreedom. Movement. Ask yourself where do you want to go. To dream of walking through rough brier, entangled paths, denotes that you will be much distressed over your business complications, and disagreeable misunderstandings will produce coldness and indifference. To walk in pleasant places, you will be the possessor of fortune and favor. To walk in the night brings misadventure, and unavailing struggle for contentment. For a young woman to find herself walking rapidly in her dreams, denotes that she will inherit some property, and will possess a much desired object. See Wading
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