precursors[ pri-kur-ser, pree-kur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF precursors
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRECURSORS
I only maintain that for me these two things are invariably the precursors of misfortune.
In all these signs Costal recognised the precursors of a storm.
But it is time to mention some of the precursors of nihilism.
Lovel did, in fact, run a much greater risk than any of his precursors.
The "mind cure" people might adopt him as one of their precursors.
Marlo and Rodbertus are sometimes spoken of as the precursors of German socialism.
These disputes were the precursors of its final destruction.
There is much to be learned from the precursors I have mentioned.
And, need I add that these are but the precursors of the second death?
Eclipses are regarded as precursors of evil, which must, if possible, be averted.