presentiment[ pri-zen-tuh-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF presentiment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRESENTIMENT
I suppose you had a presentiment I should like him, and left him for me, mamma!
He bit his lip in his annoyance, shivering with a presentiment.
I had had the presentiment of this, but the certitude of it now caused me intense grief.
Of that I know nothing; Fate has no hint, my heart no presentiment.
Cornstalk is said to have had a presentiment of his approaching fate.
Felicite professed to feel a presentiment that she would die rich.
I had a presentiment of it on the first day; your painting frightened me as if it were a monster.
I had a presentiment that I should hear more of the matter; and I was not wrong.
I have a presentiment that sooner or later my position here will become untenable.
All of them are antagonistic to sense and have an affinity to number and measure and a presentiment of ideas.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PRESENTIMENT
- feeling in one's bones
- funny feeling
- preconceived notion