Active participant in the game of life; see “ball”
Pitcher 1. Fortune and contentment, hospitality. 2. A measure of ﬁdelity—usually between lovers, sometimes between family members. 3. The ability to communicate ideas and concepts (note the condition of pitcher and its contents).
Pitcher (container) symbolic of a person’s lungs, Eccl. 12:6
Pitcher An empty pitcher or one containing liquid refreshment is indicative of the dreamer’s actual physical thirst, or, in dream parlance, a generous desire to make new acquitances.
Pitcher To carry one, a dream of failure; to drop or break it, disaster, death (Gypsy). See legends, etc.