from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which foreshadows: as, “the foreshadowers of evil,”
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- noun One who or that which
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OIMF@274 AZ is a foreshadower of what Virginia could turn into if we keep electing repubs into high offices …
He's kind of like the great foreshadower for the show.
The panel consisted of global financier George Soros (no friend of Thailand), economic professor Nouriel Roubini (foreshadower of the financial swirlie), and Earth Institute Director Jeffrey Sachs (CNN’s favorite expert since the onset of this kerfuffle).
Read it twice, and you'll discover that Langer, unlike his unworldly protagonist, is a subtly cunning foreshadower of plot and theme. "