presage

  1. a foreboding about what is about to happen
  2. a sign of something about to happen

presage

warning sign 
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presage

[n] - a foreboding about what is about to happen
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Presage

Pre'sage noun [ French présage , Latin praesagium , from praesagire . See Presage , transitive verb ] 1. Something which foreshows or portends a future event; a prognostic; an omen; an augury. 'Joy and shout - - presage of victory.' ...
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Presage

Pre·sage' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Presaged (-sājd'); present participle & verbal noun Presaging . ] [ French présager , Latin praesagire : prae before + sagire to perceive acute...
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Presage

Pre·sage' intransitive verb To form or utter a prediction; -- sometimes used with of . Dryden.
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presage

noun a foreboding about what is about to happen
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Presage

• (v. i.) To form or utter a prediction; -- sometimes used with of. • (v. t.) To have a presentiment of; to feel beforehand; to foreknow. • (v. t.) Power to look the future, or the exercise of that power; foreknowledge; presentiment. • (v. t.) To foretell; to predict; to foreshow; to indicate. • (v. t.) Something which fore...
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