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 throwing open his cloak, so as to expose his uniform and the cross of St.
Here's a worse ghost than any of 'em -- a ghost in a gray cloak and a poke bonnet.
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.
Nevertheless, spite of this imperial objurgation, the short cloaks continued in fashion down to the time of which we treat, and particularly among the princes of the House of Anjou.
Then the flock took flight with much screaming, but one fell dead, and the cloak fluttered down.
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.
The cloak was handed him, and he placed his wallet upon it as though it were very heavy indeed.
As he was about to pass, the wind blew out Porthos's long cloak, and D'Artagnan rushed straight into the middle of it.
And you too, old man, for a shirt and a cloak would doubtless make up a very pretty story.
Through Theresa I have received your message that you need an embroidered cloak to wear, so I will go and purchase one.
and Gondy, in surplice and cloak, appeared, moving tranquilly in the midst of the fusillade and bestowing his benedictions to the right and left, as undisturbed as if he were leading a procession of the Fete Dieu.
The foremost was a man of stern visage, wearing a steeple-crowned hat and a skull-cap beneath it; a dark cloak, and huge wrinkled boots that came half-way up his legs.