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Satisfaction. Pleasure. Happiness is assured. Eating alone can represent loneliness or depression, while eating with others can signify harmony and intimacy. Refusing to eat might mean you wish to become more self-reliant in your life. Eating alone can represent loneliness or depression, while eating with others can signify harmony and intimacy. Refusing to eat might mean you wish to become more self-reliant in your life. To dream of eating alone, signifies loss and melancholy spirits. To eat with others, denotes personal gain, cheerful environments and prosperous undertakings. If your daughter carries away the platter of meat before you are done eating, it foretells that you will have trouble and vexation from those beneath you or dependent upon you. The same would apply to a waiter or waitress. See other subjects similar.

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