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synonyms for forespoken

  • anticipate
  • call
  • conclude
  • envision
  • forecast
  • foresee
  • think
  • adumbrate
  • augur
  • conjecture
  • croak
  • figure
  • forebode
  • foretell
  • gather
  • guess
  • infer
  • judge
  • omen
  • portend
  • presage
  • presume
  • prognosticate
  • prophesy
  • read
  • suppose
  • surmise
  • telegraph
  • vaticinate
  • be afraid
  • call it
  • crystal-ball divine
  • figure out
  • forespeak
  • have a hunch
  • hazard a guess
  • make book
  • psych out
  • see coming
  • see handwriting on wall
  • size up
  • soothsay
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antonyms for forespoken

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  • ignore
  • calculate
  • disbelieve
  • measure
  • misunderstand
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How to use forespoken in a sentence

The Royal quarry, so long in the toils of Fate, was dragged down at last, and the doom forespoken by the prophet was fulfilled.
JOHN KNOX AND THE REFORMATIONANDREW LANG
But this night the mournful glamour of the past caught a fresh glory from the dawn of a grander day forespoken.
THE BOW OF ORANGE RIBBONAMELIA E. BARR
But hearing himself forespoken so pleasantly, he came to a stand and peered at them through his gold-rimmed glasses.
NEWS FROM THE DUCHYSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
One remembers sundry folk-tales with the same motive—of children bewitched or forespoken—inspiring them.
THE HAUNTERS & THE HAUNTEDVARIOUS
The woman told the man he had an ill neighbour, and that the child was forespoken.
WITCH STORIESE. LYNN (ELIZABETH LYNN) LINTON
She had been sorry for him, and forespoken good for him; he stood staunchly by all she did.
A RECONSTRUCTED MARRIAGEAMELIA EDITH HUDDLESTON BARR
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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