Forenotice

Fore´no`tice


n.1.Notice or information of an event before it happens; forewarning.
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He named one of those we had tracked and laughed, "Our friend has expired with great suddenness, absent forenotice."
Early in 1621, having "forenotice of the pursevant", Scott had prudently fled, and he is known to have been in the Netherlands by the following year.(95) Perhaps it was first heard at Utrecht where he served as chaplain to the English garrison stationed there, or by a congregation of exiled English Calvinists elsewhere in the Low Countries?
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