Definition of forebode in English:
verb[with object] archaic or literary
1(Of a situation or occurrence) act as a warning of (something bad): this lull foreboded some new assault upon him
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- This is an ambitious but important security mechanism; however, inadequate military resources, fragile political institutions, and weak economies forebode great difficulty in getting started.
- The sobering presentation foreboded the future of Taiwan's relationship with the United States.
- Their return in a second blister pack of two miniatures forebodes devastation among enemy ranks!
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