foreshadowed

[ fawr-shad-oh, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foreshadowed
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The lover wrestled with Providence for his foreshadowed bliss.

Of course all this is foreshadowed and prefigured in my books.

Irish land hunger is foreshadowed in the story of Naboth and his vineyard.

And he, he foreshadowed the future of all races, as well as of his own.

As Burnett was a southern man, his decision was foreshadowed.

The message was not an ultimatum, but it foreshadowed an ultimatum in the future.

He resumed his work as if my acceptance of his proposition was a foreshadowed necessity.

Victory in the convention only foreshadowed the sweeping victory in October.

The change, so extraordinary in the third volume, is foreshadowed in the second.

Its intentions and provisions were foreshadowed in the debates of the convention.

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