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Forebode   /fɔrbˈoʊd/   Listen
Forebode

verb
(past & past part. foreboded; pres. part. foreboding)
1.
Make a prediction about; tell in advance.  Synonyms: anticipate, call, foretell, predict, prognosticate, promise.






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"Forebode" Quotes from Famous Books



... teacher, a kind old man with a white stubby beard and greasy waistcoat, took him on his knee and showed him a beautiful, many-colored picture-book, he felt calmer; only the many strange faces that stared at him from the benches seemed to forebode no good ...
— Dame Care • Hermann Sudermann



Words linked to "Forebode" :   wager, prognosticate, augur, read, calculate, guess, hazard, outguess, prophesy, venture, second-guess, bet, foreboding, forecast, pretend, vaticinate



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