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What does it mean when you dream about a toilet?

Dreaming about a toilet can relate to any number of different meanings regarding waste products. A toilet dream could reflect something as simple as the feeling that one has unloaded something that was burdening him or her, or even releasing tightly held feelings. The dream might also be drawing on the meaning of such common idioms as “in the toilet” or “down the toilet.”


1. A water closet; W.C. 2. The room containing the water closet.
References in classic literature ?
There is not even a toilet glass on my table, and I had to get the little shaving glass from my bag before I could either shave or brush my hair.
No doubt your toilet is a little extravagant and wild, but what difference does that make with such a charming damsel as yourself?
So saying, she ran off to make her hasty toilet, leaving me to pilot my way back to my sitting-room, where, in due time, I was served with a cup of tea.
After adding a table and a basin, for the purposes of the toilet, the accommodation which Mr.
With those words, Lady Montbarry left Miss Lockwood to make a hasty toilet for dinner.
The Japanese screen half-folded back showed a delicate toilet service of blue and white set forth on a marble slab, and near by was the great bath-pan, with Turkish towels and a sponge as big as Rose's head.
But in Anne's room the blind was drawn and the lamp lighted, for an important toilet was being made.
Leaving him thus haranguing the people, more to their amusement than edification, I returned to the house, and, having made some alteration in my toilet, hastened away to Wildfell Hall, with the book in my pocket; for it was destined for the shelves of Mrs.
she went on, looking over her shoulder at the White Kitten, which was still patiently undergoing its toilet, 'when WILL Dinah have finished with your White Majesty, I wonder?
At his usual time he got up and made his toilet for the night.
The Duke, in a very old tweed coat, but immaculate as to linen and the details of his toilet, stood a little apart, with a frown upon his forehead, and exactly that absorbed air which in the House of Lords usually indicated his intention to make a speech.
Completely attired as to his legs and feet in the trimmest fashion of the day, he had yet the remainder of his toilet to perform.