By some fishermen his approach is regarded as premonitory
of the advance of the great sperm whale.
And so I never did feel so happy as I did when my ninth downed its man and I detected the wavering in the crowd which is premonitory
At all hours of the day and night, I would be taken with the premonitory
shudder; above all, if I slept, or even dozed for a moment in my chair, it was always as Hyde that I awakened.
At last, upon a pledge that each should apply to his family with a common frankness, this convention of unhappy young asses broke up, went down the common stair, and in the grey of the spring morning, with the streets lying dead empty all about them, the lamps burning on into the daylight in diminished lustre, and the birds beginning to sound premonitory
notes from the groves of the town gardens, went each his own way with bowed head and echoing footfall.
I was undressing in my own room, when, with a premonitory
tap at the door, he entered, and at once began to speak.
They pulled on in silence till Tess, without any premonitory
symptoms, burst out crying.
I neither knew nor cared: yet a wretched premonitory
fascination held me breathless till I was told
Aunt Eleanor showed premonitory
signs of pronouncing an opinion.
It wanted five minutes to twelve, when the premonitory
symptoms of the working of the laudanum first showed themselves to me.
Tourette symptoms will also be evaluated via the Premonitory
Urge for Tics Scale as well as Clinical Global Impression of Change scales, among others.
BBCA) Kyle seeks further confirmation of his premonitory
abilities when he insists on speaking to Aumea and learns the meaning of her tattoo.
While we think of memory as an active faculty, we are rarely apt to consider it in its negative or premonitory
form," Sperry contends.