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synonyms for prefiguration

  • explanation
  • expression
  • gesture
  • hint
  • implication
  • inkling
  • manifestation
  • omen
  • proof
  • reminder
  • sign
  • signal
  • suggestion
  • symptom
  • trace
  • warning
  • adumbration
  • attestation
  • augury
  • auspice
  • cue
  • earnest
  • forewarning
  • index
  • intimation
  • mark
  • nod
  • note
  • notion
  • pledge
  • portent
  • preamble
  • prognostic
  • prolegomenon
  • show
  • signifier
  • telltale
  • token
  • vestige
  • wind
  • wink
  • indicia
  • significant
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antonyms for prefiguration

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  • misinformation
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How to use prefiguration in a sentence

Wrapped in his ardent prefiguration of events, the captain posted towards the house with his head down.
THE EBB-TIDEROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON AND LLOYDE OSBOURNE
Wrapped in this ardent prefiguration of events, the captain posted towards the house with his head down.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. XIX (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
The very resolution of those “splashes of colour” into faces is the prefiguration of the modern conception of form.
MODERN PAINTING, ITS TENDENCY AND MEANINGWILLARD HUNTINGTON WRIGHT
"This prefiguration of the Word by Noah is certainly curious," remarked Durtal.
THE CATHEDRALJORIS-KARL HUYSMANS
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