forespoken

[ fawr-speek, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forespoken

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The woman told the man he had an ill neighbour, and that the child was forespoken.

She had been sorry for him, and forespoken good for him; he stood staunchly by all she did.

One remembers sundry folk-tales with the same motive—of children bewitched or forespoken—inspiring them.

But this night the mournful glamour of the past caught a fresh glory from the dawn of a grander day forespoken.