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adjective as in prognostic

adjective as in prognosticative

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Then in 1938 the mounting crisis presaging war in Europe burst over the airwaves into American homes.

When Obama won Iowa in 2008, or Wisconsin, it felt like a presaging of November, like the candidate was riding a tailwind.

Seals that haunted on that coast have been known to speak to man in his own tongue, presaging great disasters.

Nay, we are all waiting to be born, our whole nature looking to another world, and dimly presaging what that world shall be.

Presage′ment, the act of presaging: that which is presaged: prediction; Presag′er.

He was moving now toward sound, heavy, increasing, presaging a realm of jarred air and ringing ear-drums.

Thick clouds closed in with a driving rain and a high raw wind, presaging the end of summer.


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On this page you'll find 283 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to presaging, such as: divinatory, fatidic, fatidical, foreshadowing, mantic, and ominous.

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