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Meaning of COTTON

Pronunciation:  'kâtn

 
Matching Terms:  cottoid, cottolene, cotton ball, cotton batting, cotton bollworm, cotton cake, cotton candy, cotton cloth, cotton flannel, cotton gin, cotton grass, cotton mill, cotton mouse, cotton on, cotton plant, cotton rat, cotton rose, cotton rush, cotton seed, cotton stainer, cotton state, cotton strain, cotton thistle, cotton up, cotton wool, cottonade, cottonary, cottonmouth, cottonmouth moccasin, cottonous, cottonseed, cottonseed cake, cottonseed meal, cottonseed oil, cotton-seed tree, cottontail, cottontail rabbit, cottonweed, cottonwick, cottonwood, cottony

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 Definition: Dreaming that you are picking cotton, suggests that you are seeing little benefits from all your long hard work. It may also mean that aspects of yourself are in harmony. Dreaming that you are wearing cotton, symbolizes simplicity.
 
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