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Meaning of CROWD

Pronunciation:  krawd

Matching Terms:  crow, crow blackbird, crow corn, crow garlic, crow pheasant, crow pram, crow step, crowbait, crowbar, crowberry, crowberry family, crowd control, crowd out, crowd together, crowded, crowder, crowding, crowdy, crowflower, crowfoot, crowfoot family, crowfoot grass, crowing, crowkeeper, crown, crown beard, crown colony, crown daisy, crown fire, crown gall, crown gall plasmids, crown gall tumor, crown glass, crown imperial, crown jewel, crown jewels, crown land, crown lens, crown monkey, crown of thorns, crown office, crown prince, crown princess, crown roast, crown saw, crown side, crown vetch, crown wart, crown wheel, crownbeard, crowned, crowned head, crowner, crownet, crown-imperial, crowning, crowning(a), crownland, crownless, crownlet, crown-of-the-field, crownpiece, crown-post, crown-saw, crownwork, crow-quill, crows, crow's feet, crow's foot, crow's nest, crow's-foot, crow-silk, crow's-nest, crowstep, crowstone, crowth, crowtoe, crow-trodden

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 Definition: Dreaming that you are in or part of a crowd means that you need to make some space for yourself. You need solitude to reflect on a situation at hand and recharge your energy. Consider also the familiar phrase of "going along with the crowd" which implies conformity and lack of individuality. Seeing an unruly crowd in your dream means that the worries and problems around you are pressing in on you. You will be be greatly distressed. Seeing a happy, orderly crowd in your dream means assured happiness, pleasant friends and opportunities for advancement.
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