Antonyms for fore-runner

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It was the fore-runner of the Slavin clan, the miserable Bud Jones.

Of their fore-runner, "der kluge Hans," I had as yet heard nothing.

But the judge's inkstand was merely the fore-runner of surprises.

When I entered my chamber, I felt a pang, the fore-runner of a spasm.

Is it the fore-runner of any misfortune, or is it the hope of seeing you that makes me thus?

His "cigar boat" although not a commercial success was the fore-runner of the "whale-back" steamers now in use on the Great Lakes.

A cooler breeze, fore-runner of morning freshness, swept through the wood.

Long-continued effort, in spite of failure and defeat, is the fore-runner of complete success.