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Meaning of FEATHER

Pronunciation:  'fedhur

 
Matching Terms:  feather ball, feather bed, feather boa, feather geranium, feather palm, feather reed grass, feather star, featherbed, featherbedding, featherbone, featherbrained, feather-brained, feathered, featheredge, feather-edge, featheredged, feather-edged, feather-few, featherfoil, feather-foil, feather-head, feather-headed, feather-heeled, featheriness, feathering, featherless, featherlike, featherly, featherness, feather-pated, featherstitch, feathertop, feathertop grass, feather-veined, featherweight, feathery

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 Definition: Dreaming of feathers floating in the air means a life of ease, comfort, warmth and of financial gains. It may describe your lightheartedness and enjoyment for life. Alternatively, they may represent confusion, hastiness, and lost of dignity. In particular, seeing chicken feathers in your dream means of minor annoyances. Eagle feathers represent the realization of your goals and aspirations. And to see peacock, ostrich, or any other ornamental feathers indicates advancement up the social ladder. You will be met with much success in your future. Dreaming that you are selling or buying feathers, symbolizes frugality and thriftiness.
 
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 Related Terms: a continental, a curse, a damn, a darn, a hoot, air, bagatelle, bank, bauble, bead, bean, bejewel, beribbon, bespangle, bibelot, bit, blood, blubber, brand, brass farthing, breed, breeze, bubble, butter, button, cast, catch a crab, ceil, cent, chaff, character, chip, clan, clay, cobweb, color, cork, covert, crab, crest, curio, cushion, cut a crab, denomination, description, designation, diamond, dip, dough, down, dust, eiderdown, engrave, ether, face, fairy, farce, farthing, feather an oar, feather bed, feathers, fig, figure, filigree, fill, fishtail, flag, fleabite, fledge, fleece, floss, flounce, flower, flue, fluff, foam, folderol, form, fribble, frippery, froth, fur, fuzz, garland, gaud, gem, genre, genus, gewgaw, gimcrack, give way, gossamer, grain, hackle, hair, halfpenny, hill of beans, ilk, illuminate, inlay, interline, jest, jewel, joke, kapok, kickshaw, kidney, kin, kind, knickknack, knickknackery, label, line, load, loop, lot, mail, make, manner, mark, minikin, mockery, mold, molehill, mote, nature, number, order, pace, pack, pad, paddle, paint, panache, peppercorn, persuasion, phylum, picayune, pillow, pin, pinch of snuff, pinion, pinprick, plow, plumage, plume, plumule, plush, ply the oar, porpoise, pudding, puff, pull, pull out, pull up, punt, push down, putty, quill, race, rap, red cent, ribbon, roll, row, row away, row dry, row of pins, rubber, rush, satin, scapular, scull, shape, ship oars, shit, shoot, sideslip, silk, skid, sky an oar, snap, sneeshing, sort, sou, spangle, species, speculum, spin, spiral, sponge, spume, stamp, strain, straw, stripe, stuff, stunt, style, swansdown, the like of, the likes of, thistledown, tinsel, topknot, toy, tribe, trifle, trinket, triviality, tuft, tuppence, two cents, twopence, type, undulate, variety, velvet, wad, wainscot, wax, whim-wham, wool, wreathe, yaw, zephyr
 

 

 

 

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