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foreshow

Line breaks: fore|show
Pronunciation: /fɔːˈʃəʊ
 
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Definition of foreshow in English:

verb (past participle foreshown /-ʃəʊn/)

[with object] archaic
Give warning or promise of; foretell: astrologers that future fates foreshow
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  • It not only foreshows the reality of our times but also depicts the reality as a seeming illusion.
  • Their extent and clarity are such that they unmistakably foreshow the divine character and mission of Christ.
  • The child playing with its toys foreshows future pleasant plans which will result in tranquility and satisfaction.

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