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  • n. Plural form of foreshadowing.


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  • I file these "foreshadowings" away for later reference.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • And of course pretty much all of the subtle "foreshadowings" I meant to remember have left my brain.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • I would like to have had more time focused on the current story, as I felt some "foreshadowings" were a bit vague, and others didnt seem to go anywhere.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • The foreshadowings are like billboards: When a movie woman looks thoughtful rather than delirious at the sight of an engagement ring, things don't bode well for the match.

    'Wolfman' Chases Its Tail

  • In this chapter, the ominous foreshadowings of chapter 3 bear fruit: dark events occur in Atheia and Boneville, hinting at forthcoming bloodshed, and shocking secrets are revealed that stretch continuity with the comic books to the breaking point.

    Fan Fiction Update

  • I wondered if all the relationships we have—relationships with our lovers, our mothers, our friends—are not unlike blurred photos of our relationship with God, as though they are foreshadowings in the sappy prologue of an eternal novel.

    Father Fiction

  • Because these documents were central to the topics at issue in this project, they have been scrutinized here as if they were novels containing authorial intent, plots, and foreshadowings — in short, all the elements present in more obviously narrative documents such as letters and prescriptive literature.

    From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558

  • Although it's far from a perfect novel, it seems to me to be a pretty impressive job for a writer who was barely old enough to vote, and there are clear foreshadowings in it of the kind of fiction I would write a decade later.

    Early Robert Silverberg Novels

  • Perhaps, Kuris has suggested, the tapeworms turned the sauropods and Tyrannosurus rex into foreshadowings of moose and wolf.

    Parasite Rex

  • Since the election, foreshadowings of boldness -- notably the prospect of an opening to Cuba -- have had to do with pragmatically rectifying past ideological/values excesses, not advancing a positive agenda based on strong beliefs.

    Scott Malcomson: Obama's Foreign Policy: It Depends What You Mean by "Pragmatic"


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