Inventor

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Related to Inventors: Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison

What does it mean when you dream about an inventor?

We can dream about an inventor, or about being an inventor, when we are trying to figure out something. Otherwise, an inventor can simply represent our own creativity.

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References in classic literature ?
More, it had put its mark upon the young inventor himself.
For a time there seemed to be little hope of his escaping from the burden of this success and becoming an inventor, when, by a most happy coincidence, two of his pupils brought to him exactly the sort of stimulation and practical help that he needed and had not up to this time received.
Brave soldiers leading Zionists, deserving novelists, noble ladies, congested the narrow passage and thrust distinguished elbows into ribs the world would not willingly let break, deeming themselves fortunate if they could see "just a little bit of the rail." Inaudible, but convincing, the great inventor expounded his discovery, and sent his obedient little model of the trains of the future up gradients, round curves, and across a sagging wire.
"Well, have you noticed what one might call the remarkable case of the disappearing inventor--the inventor who turns up in a blaze of publicity, fires off a few successful experiments, and vanishes?"
The inventor of a new cannon associated himself with the caster and the borer.
INVENTOR. - "May it please your Majesty, I have invented a rifle that discharges lightning."
INVENTOR. - "Yes; it will enable your army to overrun any nation that is accessible."
Swift, as has been said, was an inventor, as was his father.
In a motor boat, an airship, and a submarine respectively the young inventor had gone through many perils.
This entertainment consisted of two parts, which the inventor distinguished by the names of the serious and the comic.
The inventor of the language seems to have taken pleasure in complicating it in every way he could think of.
The inventor of the language probably got what he knew about a conscience from hearsay.