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What does it mean when you dream about an advertisement?

Seeing or hearing an advertisement in a dream could mean that one’s unconscious mind is attempting to communicate with the conscious mind. Alternatively, perhaps one wishes either to attract the attention of others or to communicate something about oneself to others.

References in classic literature ?
If they have been living in the same place during this time, it is probable that we shall have some answer to Mycroft's advertisement."
I read the advertisement once more before replying.
was my first thought after reading the advertisement. Can Lady Malkinshaw have taken a fresh lease of that impregnable vital tenement, at the door of which Death has been knocking vainly for so many years past?
He continued to publish the advertisements for which he no longer received pay.
Wilson, off you go at scratch and tell us all about yourself, your household, and the effect which this advertisement had upon your fortunes.
Maturin's advertisement Daily Mail might suit you earnestly beg try will speak if necessary "
Starvation stared me in the face, when I saw in a newspaper an advertisement addressed to me by Mr.
Victor, for instance, said that immediately he landed in San Francisco he would pass right through the water- front and the Barbary Coast, and put an advertisement in the papers.
But now, at last, on a flaming June day, she found herself happy; her tedious wait was ended; her year-worn advertisement had been answered; and not by a village applicant, no, no!--this letter was from away off yonder in the dim great world to the North; it was from St.
At length, she advised me to put an advertisement, myself, in the paper, stating my qualifications, &c.
What do you think a mother would feel like if she found her child tattooed over with a baking powder advertisement? I feel just the same.
Camp drew out an advertisement to be inserted in the Glasgow newspapers.