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Meaning of BEACH

Pronunciation:  beech

Matching Terms:  beach aster, beach ball, beach buggy, beach chair, beach comber, beach erosion, beach flea, beach front, beach goldenrod, beach grass, beach heather, beach house, beach morning glory, beach pancake, beach pea, beach plum, beach plum bush, beach sand verbena, beach strawberry, beach towel, beach waggon, beach wagon, beach wormwood, beachcomber, beached, beachfront, beachhead, beachlike, beachwear, beachy, beacon, beacon fire, beacon hill, beacon light, beaconage, beaconless

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 Definition: Dreaming of the beach symbolizes the meeting between your two states of mind. The sand is symbolic of the rational and mental processes while the water means the irrational, unsteady, and emotional aspects of yourself. It is a place of transition between the physical/material and the spiritual. Dreaming that you are on the beach and looking out toward the ocean indicates unknown and major changes that are occurring in your life. Consider the state of the ocean, whether it is calm, pleasant, forbidding, etc. Dreaming that you are looking toward the beach, suggests that you are returning to what is familiar to you. Alternatively, you may be adapting or accepting to the changes and circumstances in your life. Dreaming that you are relaxing on a beach means that the coming weeks will be calm and tranquil for you. Your stress will be alleviated and you will find peace of mind. Dreaming that you are working on the beach means a business project that will consume most of your time.
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 Related Terms: bank, berm, careen, cast away, coast, coastland, coastline, embankment, foreshore, ground, ironbound coast, lido, littoral, margin, pile up, plage, playa, riverside, riviera, rockbound coast, run aground, sands, sea margin, seabank, seabeach, seaboard, seacliff, seacoast, seashore, seaside, shingle, shipwreck, shore, shoreline, strand, submerged coast, take the ground, tidewater, waterfront, waterside, wreck