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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of foreshew.
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The cat, by washing her face, and putting her foot over her ear, foreshews rain.
Anselm: For in permitting His flesh to suffer that which properly pertains to flesh, He foreshews His passion.
Hom., lix: This does not subvert the liberty of the will, or impose a necessity of any act, but foreshews what must come to pass.
: And in calling it blood, He foreshews His Passion, "My blood
Cæsar_, which North in the margin entitles "Predictions and foreshews of Cæsar's death": "Certainly destiny may easier be foreseen than avoided, considering the strange and wonderful signs that were said to be seen before Cæsar's death.