have+a+presentiment+of

  • 21croak — Synonyms and related words: air a grievance, aphonia, apprehend, artificial voice, beef, belch, bellyache, bitch, blare, blast, blat, blot out, bode, bray, broken speech, broken tones, broken voice, bump off, burr, buy it, buzz, cackle, call,… …

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  • 22bode — Synonyms and related words: apprehend, augur, betoken, croak, forebode, foreshadow, foreshow, foretoken, forewarn, have a premonition, have a presentiment, look black, lower, menace, omen, portend, preapprehend, presage, promise, threaten, warn …

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  • 23forebode — Synonyms and related words: apprehend, be imminent, betoken, bludgeon, bode, bulldoze, cast a horoscope, cast a nativity, comminate, croak, denounce, divine, dope, dope out, dowse for water, forecast, foresee, foreshadow, foreshow, foretell,… …

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  • 24forewarn — Synonyms and related words: apprehend, bode, caution, croak, forebode, give advance notice, have a premonition, have a presentiment, look black, lower, menace, portend, preapprehend, precaution, premonish, prenotify, prewarn, tell in advance,… …

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  • 25lour — Synonyms and related words: abase, abash, abated, ablated, abridge, apprehend, approach, attenuated, await, bated, be imminent, be in store, bear down, beat down, belittled, bludgeon, bode, bore, break, brew, bring down, bring low, bulldoze, bump …

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  • 26lower — Synonyms and related words: abase, abash, abated, ablated, abridge, apprehend, approach, attenuated, await, bated, be imminent, be in store, bear down, beat down, belittle, belittled, bludgeon, bode, bore, break, brew, bring down, bring low,… …

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  • 27menace — Synonyms and related words: abuse, afflict, aggrieve, alarm, apprehend, approach, await, be imminent, be in store, befoul, bewitch, blight, bludgeon, bode, breakers ahead, brew, bulldoze, bulldozing, bully, cardhouse, cause for alarm, come on,… …

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  • 28portend — Synonyms and related words: adumbrate, apprehend, augur, betoken, bode, call, croak, forebode, forecast, foreshadow, foreshow, foretoken, forewarn, give advance notice, have a premonition, have a presentiment, look black, lower, menace, omen,… …

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  • 29threaten — Synonyms and related words: abuse, admonish, advise, afflict, aggrieve, alert, anticipate, apprehend, approach, augur, await, be destined, be fated, be imminent, be in store, be to be, be to come, befoul, bewitch, blight, bludgeon, bluster,… …

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  • 30warn — Synonyms and related words: admonish, advise, alarm, alert, apprehend, apprise, arouse, ask, ask for, be imminent, blackmail, bludgeon, bode, bulldoze, call for, caution, challenge, charge, claim, clamor for, comminate, counsel, croak, cry for,… …

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  • 31Forefeel — Fore*feel , v. t. To feel beforehand; to have a presentiment of. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] As when, with unwieldy waves, the great sea forefeels winds. Chapman. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 32Presage — Pre*sage , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Presaged} ( s[=a]jd ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Presaging}. ] [F. pr[ e]sager, L. praesagire: prae before + sagire to perceive acutely or sharply. See {Sagacious}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To have a presentiment of; to feel… …

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  • 33Presaged — Presage Pre*sage , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Presaged} ( s[=a]jd ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Presaging}. ] [F. pr[ e]sager, L. praesagire: prae before + sagire to perceive acutely or sharply. See {Sagacious}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To have a presentiment of; to… …

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  • 34Presaging — Presage Pre*sage , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Presaged} ( s[=a]jd ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Presaging}. ] [F. pr[ e]sager, L. praesagire: prae before + sagire to perceive acutely or sharply. See {Sagacious}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To have a presentiment of; to… …

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  • 35forefeel — transitive verb (forefelt; feeling) Date: 1580 to have a presentiment of …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 36forefeel — v. /fawr feel , fohr /; n. /fawr feel , fohr /, v., forefelt, forefeeling, n. v.t. 1. to feel or perceive beforehand; have a presentiment of. n. 2. a feeling beforehand. [1570 80; FORE + FEEL] * * * …

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  • 37presage — I verb adumbrate, advise, announce in advance, anticipate, augur, augurari, augurate, auspicate, betoken, bode, divine, envision, forebode, forecast, foreknow, foresee, foreshadow, foreshow, foretell, foretoken, forewarn, have a presentiment,… …

    Law dictionary

  • 38bones — plural of BONE (Cf. bone). As a colloquial way to say dice, it is attested from late 14c. As a nickname for a surgeon, it dates to 1887, short for sawbones. To make bones about something (mid 15c.) refers to bones found in soup, etc., as an… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 39feel in one's bones — sense intuitively, have a presentiment …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 40apprehend — I. v. a. 1. Seize, arrest, take, catch, detain, capture, take prisoner. 2. Conceive, imagine, look at, regard, view. 3. See (mentally), perceive, realize, understand, take in, appreciate, take the meaning or point of …

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