Upon waking, a woman said to her husband, "I just dreamt that you gave me a necklace of pearls. What do you think it means?"
The man smiled and kissed his wife. "Youll know tonight," he softly whispered.
That evening, the man came home with a small package which he gave to his wife. She jumped up and embraced him, and then settled on the couch to slowly and delicately unwrap the package.
It contained a book entitled, "The Meaning of Dreams".
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group n. Group of people of the same age, status, etc.
- of the realm n. Peer entitled to sit in the house of lords. - v. (usu. Foll. By into, at, etc.) Look closely or with difficulty. [origin unknown] - n. - a (fem. Peeress) member of one of the degrees of the nobility in britain or ireland, i.e. A duke, marquis, earl, viscount, or baron. B noble of any country. - person who is equal in ability, standing, rank, or value. [latin par equal] PEKE
n. Colloq. Pekingese. [abbreviation]
n. Derog. Or joc. Money; wealth. [french: related to *pilfer]
—v. - (usu. Foll. By with) strike repeatedly with thrown objects.
- (usu. Foll. By down) (of rain etc.) Fall quickly and torrentially. - run fast. —n. Pelting. at full pelt as fast as possible. [origin unknown] - n. Undressed skin, usu. Of a fur-bearing mammal. [french, ultimately from latin pellis skin] PENT
adj. (often foll. By in, up) closely confined; shut in (pent-up feelings). [from *pen2]
n. Spanish american day-labourer. [portuguese and spanish: related to *pawn1]
prefix round, about. [greek]
v. perk up 1 recover confidence, courage, life, or zest.
- restore confidence, courage, or liveliness in. - smarten up. - raise (one's head etc.) Briskly. [origin unknown] - n. Colloq. Perquisite. [abbreviation] PERM
—n. Permanent wave. —v. Give a permanent wave to. [abbreviation]
- colloq. —n. Permutation. —v. Make a permutation of. [abbreviation] PERT
adj. - saucy, impudent.
- jaunty. pertly adv. Pertness n. [latin apertus open]
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