foreshow[ fawr-shoh, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foreshow
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORESHOW
I behold the day-break, I foreshow, that the sun, is about to rise.
Tell.Ev'ry day such actions Occur in plenty: needs no sign or wonder To foreshow them.
For all things were done by Thy servants; either to show forth something needful for the present, or to foreshow things to come.
Two magpies are sure forerunners of good news; but a single one is supposed to foreshow tidings of the death of a friend.
There may have been nothing in her early manifestations of character to foreshow the noble womanhood into which she grew.
These can manifest unto others, things hidden and lost, and foreshow things to come; and see them as though they were present.
Fishes, when they bite more readily, and gambol near the surface of streams or pools, foreshow rain.
Kine (cattle) are said to foreshow rain when they lick their fore-feet, or lie on their right side.
Could it read their gentle lines, and foreshow by any ripple of its own, the destiny of her who looked upon it?