premonish

premonish

(prɪˈmɒnɪʃ)
vb
(tr) rare to admonish beforehand; forewarn

premonish


Past participle: premonished
Gerund: premonishing

Imperative
premonish
premonish
Present
I premonish
you premonish
he/she/it premonishes
we premonish
you premonish
they premonish
Preterite
I premonished
you premonished
he/she/it premonished
we premonished
you premonished
they premonished
Present Continuous
I am premonishing
you are premonishing
he/she/it is premonishing
we are premonishing
you are premonishing
they are premonishing
Present Perfect
I have premonished
you have premonished
he/she/it has premonished
we have premonished
you have premonished
they have premonished
Past Continuous
I was premonishing
you were premonishing
he/she/it was premonishing
we were premonishing
you were premonishing
they were premonishing
Past Perfect
I had premonished
you had premonished
he/she/it had premonished
we had premonished
you had premonished
they had premonished
Future
I will premonish
you will premonish
he/she/it will premonish
we will premonish
you will premonish
they will premonish
Future Perfect
I will have premonished
you will have premonished
he/she/it will have premonished
we will have premonished
you will have premonished
they will have premonished
Future Continuous
I will be premonishing
you will be premonishing
he/she/it will be premonishing
we will be premonishing
you will be premonishing
they will be premonishing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been premonishing
you have been premonishing
he/she/it has been premonishing
we have been premonishing
you have been premonishing
they have been premonishing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been premonishing
you will have been premonishing
he/she/it will have been premonishing
we will have been premonishing
you will have been premonishing
they will have been premonishing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been premonishing
you had been premonishing
he/she/it had been premonishing
we had been premonishing
you had been premonishing
they had been premonishing
Conditional
I would premonish
you would premonish
he/she/it would premonish
we would premonish
you would premonish
they would premonish
Past Conditional
I would have premonished
you would have premonished
he/she/it would have premonished
we would have premonished
you would have premonished
they would have premonished
References in periodicals archive ?
And now again we exhort you, in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye have in remembrance, into how high a Dignity, and to how weighty an Office and Charge ye are called: that is to say, to be Messengers, Watchmen, and Stewards of the Lord; to teach, and to premonish [italics added], to feed and provide for the Lord's family; to seek for Christ's sheep that are dispersed abroad, and for his children who are in the midst of this naughty world, that they may be saved through Christ for ever.
Such anxieties regarding the downfall of Camelot's civilization (premonished in the poem from its very beginnings) come to center repeatedly on the great hall, a structure that derives symbolic power from its associations with civilized feasting, commensality, and hospitality.
It will be seen that the face of the instrument presents a picture to the pilot that resembles, very closely, the pilots' natural instrument." The design of this instrument remarkably premonished today's glass panels.