Definitions

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of foreshadow.

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Examples

  • OBAMA IN OREGON (PT. 1) is the name of the new video shot and edited by yours truly, Oregon's Official MTV Choose or Lose Street Team 08 Citizen Journalist, and just as the title foreshadows, there will be two more parts to this tryptych of political goodness.

    Obama in Eugene Pt. 1 [MTV vlog 3-28-08]

  • It's a quick read and the beginning of the story is captivating and suspenseful since the title foreshadows what is about to happen.

    REVIEW: This is the Way the World Ends by James Morrow

  • Suzaku holding a sword foreshadows Lelouch's death, and his mention of Euphemia is appropriate here, for Lelouch's death, like Euphie's, is meant to unite the people-Euphie the Japanese, and Lelouch the world.

    Design daily news

  • Suzaku holding a sword foreshadows Lelouch's death, and his mention of Euphemia is appropriate here, for Lelouch's death, like Euphie's, is meant to unite the people-Euphie the Japanese, and Lelouch the world.

    Design daily news

  • Suzaku holding a sword foreshadows Lelouch's death, and his mention of Euphemia is appropriate here, for Lelouch's death, like Euphie's, is meant to unite the people-Euphie the Japanese, and Lelouch the world.

    Design daily news

  • Suzaku holding a sword foreshadows Lelouch's death, and his mention of Euphemia is appropriate here, for Lelouch's death, like Euphie's, is meant to unite the people-Euphie the Japanese, and Lelouch the world.

    Design daily news

  • Suzaku holding a sword foreshadows Lelouch's death, and his mention of Euphemia is appropriate here, for Lelouch's death, like Euphie's, is meant to unite the people-Euphie the Japanese, and Lelouch the world.

    Design daily news

  • Suzaku holding a sword foreshadows Lelouch's death, and his mention of Euphemia is appropriate here, for Lelouch's death, like Euphie's, is meant to unite the people-Euphie the Japanese, and Lelouch the world.

    Design daily news

  • Suzaku holding a sword foreshadows Lelouch's death, and his mention of Euphemia is appropriate here, for Lelouch's death, like Euphie's, is meant to unite the people-Euphie the Japanese, and Lelouch the world.

    Design daily news

  • Suzaku holding a sword foreshadows Lelouch's death, and his mention of Euphemia is appropriate here, for Lelouch's death, like Euphie's, is meant to unite the people-Euphie the Japanese, and Lelouch the world.

    Design daily news

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