Thesaurus / foretaste
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Even now we have our foretaste of its refreshing waters and the fruits that are for the healing of the nations.

However, as a foretaste of debate in Home Rule Parliament, proceedings interesting and instructive.

It was only a foretaste of other humiliations which she must expect.

The Third DegreeCharles Klein and Arthur Hornblow

I felt a foretaste of how my past would rise up to crush me.

RomanceJoseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer

Already I have a foretaste of that zero in which all forms and all modes are extinguished.

Amiel's JournalHenri-Frdric Amiel

On this occasion he seemed already to have taken himself a foretaste of the potent beverage.

First Love Vol. 1 of 3Margracia Loudon

It was a foretaste of success, the preface of a famous man's biography!

H. R.Edwin Lefevre

He gloats a while over the Second's gloomy outlook, and yawns in that irritating arpeggio, the foretaste of a good sound sleep.

Merchantmen-at-ArmsDavid W. Bone

And this was but a foretaste of what the two royal maidens' presence would probably entail throughout the journey.

Two Penniless PrincessesCharlotte M. Yonge

It was for some minutes a foretaste of adventure; but, ah, when was he to have the very draught?

WORDS RELATED TO FORETASTE

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.