Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Premonitory.

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Examples

  • Such models self-activate during sleep (this is a premonitive-type dream) and find that they don't meet the requirements anymore.

    The Brain, A Decoded Enigma

  • The least human whisper in these subterraneans, dug out first four thousand years ago, revived ominous Powers that stalked beside him, forbidding and premonitive.

    Four Weird Tales

  • Should it be trying opportunistically to jump on to a post 9/11 or 7/7 bandwagon - in a strangely premonitive way, given these events are still 25 years in the future - or should it have the same comic tone as its predecessor?

    The Guardian World News

  • She put down her brush and said theatrically, "I feel the fatal premonitive impulses ....

    Fate Knocks at the Door A Novel

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