Written by Pam MS, NCSP | Fact checked by Psychology Dictionary staff 

a dream which seems to render advance notice or caution of some occurrence that has yet to take place.

PREMONITORY DREAM: "The premonitory dreams she has been having will be scrutinized heavily once its brought to public attention."

More On This Topic

Link to This Definition

Did you find this definition of PREMONITORY DREAM helpful? You can share it by copying the code below and adding it to your blog or web page.