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What does it mean when you dream about a necktie?

A loose-fitting necktie around one’s neck can be a symbol of “tying up” loose ends in one’s business world. If however, the necktie is drawn too tightly, then a condition of entrapment may be causing the dreamer some anxiety. (See also Knot, Noose.)

References in classic literature ?
At this his interlocutor, smiling mockingly above the bristling bow of his necktie, switched the conversation into French.
You know my hair is a sort of golden brown, rather a pretty shade I've been told, and a dark red matches it beautifully; and then I always think a light-blue necktie goes so well with it, and a pair of those Russian-leather shoes and a red silk handkerchief round the waist - a handkerchief looks so much better than a belt.
His hands were raised, and he seemed to be settling his necktie.
When in your report you said that you had seen the cyclist as you thought arrange his necktie in the shrubbery, that alone should have told me all.
When the half-hour struck, he passed his hand across his forehead, and then got up hastily and dressed himself with even more than his usual care, giving a good deal of attention to the choice of his necktie and scarf-pin and changing his rings more than once.
Looking at him again, more strictly, I could not exactly say what it was that gave me the sense of antiquity, except the antique cut of his white clerical necktie and the barred wrinkles across his brow.
Jurgis had long ago cast off his fertilizer clothing, and since going into politics he had donned a linen collar and a greasy red necktie.
Statesman Ties continues to push the envelope with tie designs, offering a range of men's neckties inspired by different states around the U.
and Lucas Bersamin also sported red neckties, while Associate Justice Teresita Leonardo de Castro wore a red floral dress.
Neckties are like bright feathers, good Only for preening.
Their choice of media includes paint, ink, buttons, shells, figurines, plastic scraps and neckties.
Neckties were banned from public places soon after the revolution, and it did not become an issue like the rule requiring women to cover their hair.