fore-shadowed[ fawr-shad-oh, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF fore-shadowed
Synonyms for fore-shadowed
- alluded to
- tacitly assumed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORE-SHADOWED
It fore-shadowed his career, so rapidly darkening down into death.
By the killing of his brother, Cain fore-shadowed all the history of mankind.
The intellectual stirring, which seemed to be fore-shadowed by the second part of the Roman de la Rose, came to nothing.
"Dramatic and sensational developments" were promised, and police activity in "an unexpected direction" fore-shadowed.
They did come into closer juxtaposition even as Mr. Merrick fore-shadowed.