Cloak


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What does it mean when you dream about a cloak?

All forms of cover-up are denoted by this word, including the mysterious and the macabre depicted in the expression “cloak-and-dagger operation.” In a dream, wearing a cloak as a garment might suggest the dreamer needs to feel protected or is trying to cover up something.

References in classic literature ?
Then the flock took flight with much screaming, but one fell dead, and the cloak fluttered down.
she said, evidently afraid of her master and yet regretful of her cloak.
And D'Artagnan displayed four gunshot holes in his cloak and two in his beaver.
Do not give me anything for my news till he has actually come, you may then give me a shirt and cloak of good wear if you will.
His room had no direct outlet on the passage, but let on one side into the glass office, and on the other into the cloak room beyond.
But the British officers deemed that they had seen that military cloak before, and even recognized the frayed embroidery on the collar, as well as the gilded scabbard of a sword which protruded from the folds of the cloak, and glittered in a vivid gleam of light.
The cloak on the floor--her own cloak, which she had lent to Miss Roseberry--attracted her attention as she passed it.
He kept silence, till only a flutter of her cloak was to be seen in the doorway.
But next Christmas Thomasina Tittlemouse got a present of enough rabbit-wool to make herself a cloak and a hood, and a handsome muff and a pair of warm mittens.
I called to Herbert and Startop to keep before the tide, that she might see us lying by for her, and I adjured Provis to sit quite still, wrapped in his cloak.
One of you lend me your cloak and we will spread it upon the ground and put the wealth upon it.
Having recognized the laced hats of his companions and the golden fringe of the cardinal's cloak, he waited till the horsemen had turned the angle of the road, and having lost sight of them, he returned at a gallop to the inn, which was opened to him without hesitation.