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… & Definition:

Short explanation

Preserve by allowing or encouraging evaporation of moisture from. Free from moisture or liquid; not wet or moist.

Complete definition

Dry or dryness denotes a lack of water. Without water or moisture.

Synonyms of dried.

adjective: dry, arid, desiccated, parched.

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… decay, due to age or damp conditions.

Complete definition

Molds are ubiquitous in nature, and mold spores are a common component of household and workplace dust. However, when mold spores are present in large quantities, they can present a health hazard to humans, potentially causing allergic reactions and respiratory problems.

Synonyms of moldy.

adjective: mouldy, musty, fusty, stale; noun: mouldy, torpedo; plural; mouldies, torpedoes.

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… bag, instrumentation, instrumentality, magnetic bottle, mailer, manger, trough, measure, cast, mold, mould, parcel, package, pan, fuel pod, pod, flowerpot, pot, powder flask, powder horn, receptacle, reliquary, saltcellar, coin bank, money box, savings bank, bank, coal scuttle, scuttle, shaker.

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… the information in the old dream books love happiness, a box of chocolates professional reputation and success.


European (Judeo-Christian)

– enjoy happy hours with a love person: should beware of flatterers before.


– sweets in a dream: it will delight you love;

– sweets shops: you will enjoy your job and you’ll get great prestige.

Arabian (Islamic)

– eating bonbons: you will fall in love;

– places, where you can buy it: good business;

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… of a building) points frequently to a deep mental crisis in which the previous ideals, values and principles have lost their importance and meaning, unless they were replaced by new ones. You get through this change without loss now only with psychotherapeutic help.


European (Judeo-Christian)

– There isn’t any interpretation of dream in Christianity.

Hindu (Hinduism)

– There isn’t any explanation of dream in Hinduism.

Arabian (Islamic)

– There …

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… of a meal, usually consisting of sweet food. The word comes from the French language as dessert and this from Old French desservir, “to clear the table” and “to serve.” The etymology is linked to the medieval practice of a two part meal. During the first, nobles (at a high) and servants (separate) would eat together in the same room. During the second – dessert, the noble family would retreat in separate private quarters for an intimate part of the meal without servants. The food …

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… it also could show the desire to recover from traumatic experience or simply clean up your mind and soul. Alternatively, it could pronounce bad omen, but only if you were buying it from someone.

Traditional Meanings:

European (Judeo-Christian)

According to European dream interpretation the chamomile can have both good or bad omens. First of all its hows chastity and purity, secondly it denotes to sickness, but also very quick recovery.

Will get sick if buy chamomile – such …

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… two or more cylinders turned by a handle, between which wet laundry is squeezed (to remove excess moisture) and pressed

Complete definition

A mangle (as it is called in the United Kingdom) or wringer (as it is called in the United States) is a mechanical laundry aid consisting of two rollers in a sturdy frame, connected by cogs and, in its home version, powered by a hand crank or electrically. While the appliance was originally used to wring water from wet laundry, today mangles are …

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Precipice (Cliff)

… Question:

What lies deeply inside me? What limits do I need?

General Meanings:

Emptiness and Risky ventures To dream of an precipice, points to the fact that the dreamer recognizes in himself so-called ” barrel without bottom ” or the empty spaces. This is an aspect of the unknown part, which every person must face at some point in life. Behind the picture hides risky undertakings, which the dreamer has to tackle without knowing what will come out. Precipice can be interpreted …

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… dry – In the dream you feel dried or the place where you are is dry, this announces happiness and welfare in your life.

Definition of Dry:

Short definition

Free from moisture or liquid; not wet or moist.

Complete definition

Free of water in any state; anhydrous.

Synonyms of dry

adjective: arid, droughty, thirsty, dried; verb: desiccate, parch, wipe, dry up, drain, exsiccate; adverb: drily; noun: drought, dryness, aridity; plural: droughts, dryness, …

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Roller (agricultural tool)

… European (Judeo-Christian)

Frustration if go idle – In the dream you see a roller and it is not used, this denotes that you will experience disappointments;

Happiness if working – In the dream you are working with a roller, you may hope for a happy life.

Definition of Roller (agricultural tool):

Short definition

A cylinder that rotates around a central axis and is used in various machines and devices to move, flatten, or spread something.

Complete …

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Gentle spreading of feelings; cool and pleasant.


What emotional field surrounds me?

In general:

– Mist (fog) can be understood in terms of a lack of “insight” and confusion behind it can hide insecurity and self-doubt.

– The cooker can also hide wants and needs, so that intent is expressed, should give you.

– Dissipates the mist in a dream, you will arrive at insights and knowledge that influence the …

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… explanation in Islam.

Explanation & Definition:

Short explanation

Soaked with moisture or other liquid.

Complete definition

Having the consistency of dough because of insufficient leavening or improper cooking.

Synonyms of soggy

adjective: wet, sodden, moist, damp, soppy; related terms: boggy, marshy, miry, mucky, muddy, quaggy, sloughy, swampy, waterlogged, squashy, wet.

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