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  • nounprediction, indication
  • verbpredict or have a feeling

synonyms for presage

  • apprehension
  • apprehensiveness
  • augury
  • auspice
  • forecast
  • foretoken
  • forewarning
  • harbinger
  • intimation
  • misgiving
  • omen
  • portent
  • premonition
  • presentiment
  • prognostic
  • prognostication
  • prophecy
  • sign
  • warning
  • bodement
  • prenotion
  • signify
  • foresee
  • portend
  • foreshadow
  • forebode
  • foretell
  • augur
  • warn
  • harbinger
  • omen
  • feel
  • prophesy
  • sense
  • betoken
  • adumbrate
  • forecast
  • herald
  • vaticinate
  • promise
  • announce
  • prognosticate
  • forewarn
  • divine
  • bode
  • intuit
  • foretoken
  • foreshow
  • forerun
  • point to
  • preindicate
  • soothsay
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How to use presage in a sentence

It strikes me as a presage of the challenges we’ll increasingly face to survive the climate crisis while we work to solve it.
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There were so many unmistakable signs to presage what was coming that I knew a cannibal feast was about to take place.
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The song is founded upon the story of the aged couple of whom I spoke, and is regarded as a contribution of good presage.
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Only for a moment could any presage of personal fear cloud the sweet serenity of the Maid's nature.
A HEROINE OF FRANCEEVELYN EVERETT-GREEN
Ominous word at such a moment, but the presage of something darker and more ominous still.
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The most encouraging time for them was from the year 1874 to 1875, when all seemed to presage better days for them.
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This apparition appeared every night for a week, and was pronounced by certain wise sages as a presage of pestilence and death.
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From the time of Mr. O'Reilly's leave-taking, the day, notwithstanding its gloomy presage, went over rapidly.
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The twentieth century dawned with black and lowering skies, presage of storms to come.
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That they had such a mother spoke bad for them, but their coming of such a sire was a still worse presage.
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WORDS RELATED TO PRESAGE

  • augur
  • forebode
  • forecast
  • forerun
  • foreshow
  • foretell
  • harbinger
  • herald
  • indicate
  • portend
  • predict
  • presage
  • signal
  • signify
  • auspice
  • forerunner
  • foretoken
  • forewarning
  • harbinger
  • herald
  • portent
  • precursor
  • presage
  • prognostication
  • promise
  • prophecy
  • sign
  • token
  • warning
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