Dancing


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Dancing

(dreams)
Dancing in your dream suggests that on some level you feel joy, happiness, and a sense of victory. If you are not in a good mood, and don’t feel very joyful, this dream may be compensatory in nature. It may be trying to balance negativity and stress that you feel in daily life. Superstition-based dream interpretation says that dreaming of dancing predicts happy times ahead. Depending on the content of this dream, it may have some sexual connotations.
References in classic literature ?
Every door was now closed, the passage plan given up, and the first scheme of dancing only in the room they were in resorted to again; and with such goodwill on Frank Churchill's part, that the space which a quarter of an hour before had been deemed barely sufficient for five couple, was now endeavoured to be made out quite enough for ten.
It was over such dancing," I said, "that John the Baptist lost his head.
YOU are dancing with the only handsome girl in the room," said Mr.
One of these was Lisbeth Bede, and Seth went with her--not from filial attention only, for his conscience would not let him join in dancing.
How she had looked before, Fanny could not recollect, for she had been dancing with Edmund herself, and had not thought about her.
Then they rose up and opened their drawers and boxes, and took out all their fine clothes, and dressed themselves at the glass, and skipped about as if they were eager to begin dancing.
Tess's pride would not allow her to turn her head again, to learn what her father's meaning was, if he had any; and thus she moved on with the whole body to the enclosure where there was to be dancing on the green.
The tables were put on one side so that there might be room for dancing, and smaller ones were set out for progressive whist.
Natasha was perfectly happy; she was dancing with a grown-up man, who had been abroad.
Rachel, without being expert, danced well, because of a good ear for rhythm, but Hirst had no taste for music, and a few dancing lessons at Cambridge had only put him into possession of the anatomy of a waltz, without imparting any of its spirit.
While she sewed they played around her; such a group of happy faces and dancing limbs lit up by that romantic fire.
They liked to be together, for they liked the same things and the same people and the same books and their dancing was a joy, not only to themselves but to those who watched them.