Maule's well, all this time, though left in solitude, was throwing up a succession of kaleidoscopic pictures, in which a gifted eye might have seen foreshadowed
the coming fortunes of Hepzibah and Clifford, and the descendant of the legendary wizard, and the village maiden, over whom he had thrown Love's web of sorcery.
Your honor, in our remarks at the opening of this trial, we foreshadowed
our purpose to prove that our client did this fearful deed while under the influence of a blind and irresponsible delirium produced by drink.
From that point, all the main events of the story are purposely foreshadowed
before they take place -- my present design being to rouse the reader's interest in following the train of circumstances by which these foreseen events are brought about.
Of unjust treatment in detention and hardship, and in cruel separation from his wife and child, he foreshadowed
the likelihood, or the certainty; but, beyond this, he dreaded nothing distinctly.
As she applied herself to set the tea-things, Joe peeped down at me over his leg, as if he were mentally casting me and himself up, and calculating what kind of pair we practically should make, under the grievous circumstances foreshadowed
At last, one afternoon, she arrived very late, with her face so desperately pale and her eyes so desperately red, that Raoul resolved to go to all lengths, including that which he foreshadowed
when he blurted out that he would not go on the North Pole expedition unless she first told him the secret of the man's voice.
Gallant, expansive, amusing, more pleased himself with the effect he produced than those (even when they were well pleased) for whom he produced it; a master of all the distinctively social virtues and a votary of all agreeable sensations; a devotee of something mysterious and sacred to which he occasionally alluded in terms more ecstatic even than those in which he spoke of the last pretty woman, and which was simply the beautiful though somewhat superannuated image of HONOR; he was irresistibly entertaining and enlivening, and he formed a character to which Newman was as capable of doing justice when he had once been placed in contact with it, as he was unlikely, in musing upon the possible mixtures of our human ingredients, mentally to have foreshadowed
This calm and restrained expression of his feelings foreshadowed
, in some sense, their strength and their duration.
Intuitively, Rose understood that their first evening and night foreshadowed
their whole lives.
A pinch of his baggy throat, between the fingers and thumbs of both hands, foreshadowed
a cleaner end; and yet I could look at him; nay, it was more than I could do not to look upon that bloodless face, with the two dry blots upon the parchment, that were never withdrawn from mine.
Then, indeed, there had been cruelties and destruction that faintly foreshadowed
the horrors of the aerial war.
And there rises up before me all that was there foreshadowed
, and I see visions of Damon and Pythias, of life-saving crews and Red Cross nurses, of martyrs and leaders of forlorn hopes, of Father Damien, and of the Christ himself, and of all the men of earth, mighty of stature, whose strength may trace back to the elemental loins of Lop-Ear and Big-Tooth and other dim denizens of the Younger World.