- n. Plural form of premonition.
“It was not all the time but came in energy that I now call premonitions and some call perceptions.”
“Was this one of your 'premonitions' or 'predictions'?”
“Sir John does not examine the obvious link between Bacon's gambling and painting, but I think it is worth noting that the artist's approach to both activities is based on what Bacon calls "premonitions" rather than systems.”
“I like the idea of premonitions and X-files and sci-fi, etc. but they don’t exist.”
“My ideas, my 'premonitions' … My INSIGHT, I feel; is sound.”
“premonitions" which were very remarkable, and I was convinced, at the time, that the dead gave these messages to her.”
“July 4th, 2006 at 4: 44 pm katy says: huh … i don’t remember the thread, or the poster (marie?), but someone wrote that they had a feeling something bad would happen today … i hate those kind of premonitions fulfilled …”
“Vice Dean Fallon conspicuous which in Scene Two, Antony predicts his death, as good as reminded us which when a impression has such premonitions in a fool around of a Bard, which genocide is certain to occur.”
“Also love your * gypsy story* Jules ... full of colour, fire and future premonitions ... thank you!”
“The film series, which finds young folks having premonitions of death that come true for people around them, is known for concocting outlandish death scenes (roller coaster accident, a race car careening into the crowd, etc.).”
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