Did you perchance mean foreshadowing?
- v. present participle of foreshow.
“I have translated “Anwá” by Pleiads; but it means the setting of one star and simultaneous rising of another foreshowing rain.”
“And look; for haply the days may restore them without foreshowing:”
“With foreshowing complete after 200 plus pages, people will start to die painful horrible deaths, I just know it.”
“These declared that the god was foreshowing to the Hellenes a leaving1024 of their cities, saying that the Sun was the foreshower of events for the Hellenes, but the Moon for the”
“And at that very time Mithridates, it is said, saw a vision in his dream foreshowing what should come to pass.”
“The grass was dry and bleached after an almost rainless autumn, but the sky was overcast and heavy with the foreshowing of change.”
“Say Pan saith: 'Let this, foreshowing the place, be the pledge!”
“As a perfect illustration of the President's policy, two men from Massachusetts should have been assigned to each member from South Carolina, as foreshowing the future relative power of the white men of the two States in the government of the country.”
“Thus, for example, the blood of the lamb which was slain on the Jewish altar was a type, or a foreshowing, of the crucifixion of”
“_As_2_ = Anticipatory suggestion, a foreshowing of something definite to happen, exciting the reader's curiosity to know what it is and how it is to be brought about.”
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