foreshadow definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To present a sign or an indication of first; presage.
    • To shadow or typi�y beforehand; to prefigure.
    • To present an illustration or an indication of before you start; presage.
    • To shadow or typi�y beforehand; to prefigure.
    • presenting an illustration or an indication of beforehand; presage.
    • To shadow or typi�y beforehand; to prefigure.
  • others:
    • To shadow, indicate, or typify before you start.
    • To shadow, indicate, or typify before you start.
    • To shadow, indicate, or typify upfront.
  • noun:
    • An antetype; an illustration or prefiguration of anything ahead.
    • An antetype; a sign or prefiguration of some thing ahead.
    • An antetype; a sign or prefiguration of something ahead.
  • verb:
    • indicate by indications
    • indicate by indications
    • indicate by indications

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