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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of foreshadow.

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Examples

  • The ending, while a wee bit predictable and foreshadowed, is satisfying.

    Book Review: "The Price" by Alexandra Sokoloff

  • A tragedy is foreshadowed from the very first page of the novel.

    The Sea ,The Sea

  • A tragedy is foreshadowed from the very first page of the novel.

    The Sea

  • A tragedy is foreshadowed from the very first page of the novel.

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  • The mere sound of his name foreshadowed the dignity with which he would sustain the part, and when the servant announced:

    The Guermantes Way

  • Khalid al-Mansour is also featured in a DVD with a title that foreshadowed the internationalism of the Obama administration: Will the West Rule Forever?

    Post-American Presidency

  • Khalid al-Mansour is also featured in a DVD with a title that foreshadowed the internationalism of the Obama administration: Will the West Rule Forever?

    Post-American Presidency

  • Fooling Themselves, "whose title foreshadowed the Lloyd's commentary cited above.

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  • This past weekend, we laughed about my 'Star Wars' ending, and how it 'foreshadowed' my romance writing.

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  • Several that were telegraphed excuse me, I should be nice and say "foreshadowed" but not entirely predictable.

    [film] Darkness

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