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Thumb Dreams

The meaning behind Thumb dreams


To dream of seeing a thumb, foretells that you will be the favorite
of artful persons and uncertain fortune.

If you are suffering from a sore thumb, you will lose
in business, and your companions will prove disagreeable.
To dream that you have no thumb, implies destitution and loneliness.
If it seems unnaturally small, you will enjoy pleasure for a time.
If abnormally large, your success will be rapid and brilliant.

A soiled thumb indicates gratification of loose desires.
If the thumb has a very long nail, you are liable to fall
into evil through seeking strange pleasures.

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About this dream interpretation: Interpretations provided are taken from Gustavus Hindman Miller's 1901 work, 10,000 Dreams Interpreted. Please note that such interpretations are provided for historical reference only and that Psychologist World will not be held responsible for the accuracy or archaisms of Miller's dream interpretations.

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