Foreboder - definition of foreboder by The Free Dictionary
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v. fore·bod·ed, fore·bod·ing, fore·bodes
1. To indicate the likelihood of; portend: harsh words that foreboded estrangement.
2. To have a premonition of (a future misfortune).
To prophesy or predict.
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Or a foreboder
? Being on an identity card he has always dreamt to possess is, certainly, good news but will the run continue?
Unbeknownst to the foreboders
, the youngsters were listening to cynghanedd on their Sony Walkman, and reading Anghenion y Gynghanedd in between games of Pacman.
A shadowy style of imitation would be an suitable way of presenting women who, in part, function as ghostly foreboders
and companions of death.