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bachelor

1. 
a. a person who holds the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Science, etc
b. the degree itself
2. (in the Middle Ages) a young knight serving a great noble
3. bachelor seal a young male seal, esp a fur seal, that has not yet mated

What does it mean when you dream about a bachelor?

Bachelors can represent being alone; the feeling of loneliness. Could indicate a desire for freedom, particularly if the dreamer is married.

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In a bid to cheer him up the men make a pledge to bachelorhood.
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Aweek of temporary bachelorhood (it ends tomorrow when she returns from holiday), a period reacquainting oneself with the concept of solitude.
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Without referring to the RSS culture of imposed bachelorhood, she added: " How do they become an authority on women's life?"
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The lads lived it up in Las Vegas during an eight-day bachelorhood bash.
It isn't long before he's enjoying bachelorhood but eventually he realises he still loves Emily and wishes he could go back.
For four long days I have been thrust into bachelorhood, while my wife, and female friends, are being pampered in Palma.
Given the conservative nature of Arab society, forced bachelorhood not only generates great frustration but also has the effect of marginalising an individual.