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Search Results for: Splinter
… can indicate a possible risk for infections. Dream images appear as spines, thorns, barbs or splinter, they are to be interpreted as a symbol of mental distress or disappointment of the dreamer. A dream that is of flowering thorn bushes, such as rose bushes, raspberry or brambles, usually indicates sexual difficulties or relationship problems.
The spike, especially in reference to Christ, may mean that the dreamer is in search of the spiritual. The crown of thorns …
… stop, end, drop, cut off, leave off, detach, disassemble, divide, part, pull off, separate, sever, splinter, take apart; related terms: hang up, break, interrupt.
… * Synonyms: verb: smash, break, crush, destroy, crash, wreck, shiver; noun: fragment, shiver, splinter.
Toothpicks can promise a financial profit; used it himself, but one must expect to lose.
- To see toothpick in dream: troubles at home.
- Toothpicks in dream: indicates that dreamer can easily get rid of an inconvenience;
- To see: promises financial relief;
- To use toothpick in dream: you will have to financially bite into the bullet; …
Comment by Anonymous: … in my flesh like a splinter. And then I pull it out from …