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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of harbinger.

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  • Well, since I harbingered my OWN doom and gloom about the publishing industry mostly, I just looked and thought and came to the same conclusions you're making, I'm content to read posts about dogs and pets and bread and Windows Going Boom.

    Popular posts, apparently

  • Such was the state of affairs, when the entrance of the chief butler harbingered other occurrences, and much more serious than Petereeine's damaged jaw.

    International Weekly Miscellany - Volume 1, No. 5, July 29, 1850

  • With the approach of evening, in place of that physical contentment which usually heralds the dinner-hour, at sea, I experienced a fit of the seemingly causeless apprehension which too often in the past had harbingered the coming of grim events; which I had learnt to associate with the nearing presence of one of Fu-Manchu's death-agents.

    The Devil Doctor

  • And now a memory was born within my brain: it was that of the cry of the nighthawk which had harbingered the death of Forsyth!

    The Devil Doctor

  • And now a memory was born within my brain; it was that of the cry of the nighthawk which had harbingered the death of Forsyth!

    The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu

  • Relaxing, in amusement at her unwonted altruism of motive, she had drawn her moleskin coat more closely around her, and settled back to wait the other woman's pleasure in returning to the bright warmth that the pale-orange ribbon of light, wavering upon the swaying platform, harbingered.

    Undesirables

  • Well -- whether, as with us, awaited in silence, or, as with the many, harbingered by the music of many voices -- the grand event marched on; and a day was only wanted of its expected arrival when business called F-- to London, from whence he was not to return till late at night.

    The Wedding Guest

  • It was harbingered also by the terrible comet of January, which appeared in a cadent and obscure house, denoting sickness and death: and another and yet more terrible comet, which will be found in the fiery triplicity of Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius, will be seen before the conflagration.

    Old Saint Paul's A Tale of the Plague and the Fire

  • This incident harbingered the domination of Israeli's over America.

    iToot Stream

  • His kind of story, done honestly, can make for a good read (provided it doesn't get too preachy, as harbingered by having the G-word in the title)

    Out Of Left Field

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