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Enemies exulted, foretelling an early dissolution of the feeble bands which held the dangerous Colony together.
A SHORT HISTORY OF RHODE ISLANDGEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE
By a certain principle understood, the omen was regarded as foretelling good or evil.
Auspicium was properly the foretelling of future events from the inspection of birds; augurium from any omen or prodigy whatever.
Jeanne at Domremy was acquainted with a prophecy foretelling that France would be ruined by a woman and saved by a maiden.
But he believed in foretelling events by means of the stars, in which he did not differ from other princes of his time.
As Jeanne's deeds became known, predictions foretelling them came to be discovered.
Sir Walter Scott thought bargaist to be the German bahrgeist, the spirit of the bier, alluding to its presence foretelling death.
Their prophets claim the power of foretelling future events, and are frequently consulted therefor.
The piaces profess to have the power of foretelling the future and raising spirits.
Prophet′ic, -al, pertaining to a prophet: containing prophecy: foreseeing or foretelling events.

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