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Gloria had “a bad feeling” about Vanessa enlisting, she recalls—a premonition that she now she chalks up to a mother’s intuition.

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We’ve had four whales come out of nowhere — no premonition or warning that this was on the way.

One night, when her daughter, Sarah Dawn Ray, called, the two women had a premonition that the situation could soon turn violent.

An accident victim named Johnny Smith wakes from a coma with a skill at premonition.

From the moment the Tea Party emerged on the scene, I had a premonition that I would eventually have to leave the GOP.

As Conan says with eerie premonition, “I just think that guy is going to hurt me.”

But I am shocked how these new rumors have been codified into a kind of collective South African premonition.

All through the sad duties of the next four days Felipe was conscious of the undercurrent of this premonition.

If Delancy had stayed a little longer at the scene of his crime, he would have learned that his premonition was founded in truth.

So solemn was his air, so sober his voice, that both girls felt a premonition of the untoward message that he bore.

Her arms drew closer about her body, while a shiver ran through it—a premonition perhaps.

Nita felt a strange, tremulous thrill sweep over her—was it ecstasy or a premonition of evil?


On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to premonition, such as: foreboding, hunch, omen, portent, apprehension, and apprehensiveness.

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