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- v. Past participle of forespeak
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Foretold; predicted.
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Not yet his Arcobaleine forespoken Peacepeace upon Oath;
So when the boy had returned from the errand forespoken, the herald announced that he must hasten after the two knights and bid them return.
The running in, and dropping in, and keeping latch-keys, and making informal calls, that had been forespoken, seemed about as likely as if Bill had lodged in the Tuileries.
The Royal quarry, so long in the toils of Fate, was dragged down at last, and the doom forespoken by the prophet was fulfilled.
But hearing himself forespoken so pleasantly, he came to a stand and peered at them through his gold-rimmed glasses.
He stays after sunset if he's forespoken, not else.
'If we hadn't cared for Hester for hersel', master, we should ha 'cared for her as being forespoken by yo'.
Since then, told me a clerk, -- that he was forespoken. [