foretokened

[ noun fawr-toh-kuh n, fohr-; verb fawr-toh-kuh n, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foretokened
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And a star is said to have foretokened the birth of the Roman Julius Csar.

He did not want to admit it, yet he feared it foretokened an attack of the pestilence.

The day passed heavily on, and the evening, like the darkness it foretokened, drew its slow length along.

There was no active disease, indeed, but a general languor and weakness, which foretokened dissolution.