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Fence Dreams

The meaning behind Fence Dreams

To dream of climbing to the top of a fence, denotes that success
will crown your efforts.

To fall from a fence, signifies that you will undertake a project
for which you are incapable, and you will see your efforts
come to naught.

To be seated on a fence with others, and have it fall under you,
denotes an accident in which some person will be badly injured.

To dream that you climb through a fence, signifies that you will use
means not altogether legitimate to reach your desires.

To throw the fence down and walk into the other side, indicates that
you will, by enterprise and energy, overcome the stubbornest barriers
between you and success.

To see stock jumping a fence, if into your enclosure,
you will receive aid from unexpected sources; if out of your lot,
loss in trade and other affairs may follow.

To dream of building a fence, denotes that you are,
by economy and industry, laying a foundation for future wealth.
For a young woman, this dream denotes success in love affairs;
or the reverse, if she dreams of the fence falling, or that she
falls from it.


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Dream dictionary entry taken from 10,000 Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller. Psychologist World provides these definitions as a courtesy and is not responsible for, or for any consequences resulting from the use of, Miller's archaic dream interpretations.

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