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bachelor

1. 
a. a person who holds the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Science, etc
b. the degree itself
2. (in the Middle Ages) a young knight serving a great noble
3. bachelor seal a young male seal, esp a fur seal, that has not yet mated

What does it mean when you dream about a bachelor?

Bachelors can represent being alone; the feeling of loneliness. Could indicate a desire for freedom, particularly if the dreamer is married.

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George a few months before abandoning bachelorhood for a new life with his bride, Carni.
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Wanting to enjoy his last few days of bachelorhood, Chris spends several nights hanging out with his old friends.
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It's 1964, Don's divorce from Betty has been finalised and while she's remarried and living in their old house, he's now free to joylessly pursue a two-pronged attack on bachelorhood.