v. t.1.See Foreshow.
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In 1593, Simon Kellwaye, discussing the "warnings of the plague to come," wrote, Avicen a noble Physition saith, that when wee see the naturall course of the ayre, and seasons of the yeere to be altered, as when the springe time is colde clowdie, and drie, the harvest time stormie and tempestuous, the mornings and evenings, to be very colde, and at noone extreame hote, these doe foreshew the plague to come.
(36.) Quoted in Jennifer Foreshew, "Kids clock up the hours in extended childcare', The Australian, 23 October 1995.