foreshow definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • showing beforehand; prefigure.
    • to demonstrate or exhibit in advance; to give foreknowledge of; to prognosticate; to foretell.
    • To show beforehand; prefigure.
    • showing or exhibit before you start; to give foreknowledge of; to prognosticate; to foretell.
    • showing ahead of time; prefigure.
    • showing or show in advance; to offer foreknowledge of; to prognosticate; to foretell.
  • verb:
    • showing in advance; to foretell, anticipate.
    • To foreshadow or prefigure.
    • foretell by divine determination
    • to demonstrate in advance; to foretell, anticipate.
    • To foreshadow or prefigure.
    • foretell by divine inspiration
    • to exhibit in advance; to foretell, predict.
    • To foreshadow or prefigure.
    • foretell by divine motivation
  • noun:
    • A manifestation in advance; a prior indicator.
    • an indicator provided beforehand; a foretoken.
    • A manifestation ahead of time; a prior indication.
    • an indicator given beforehand; a foretoken.
    • A manifestation ahead of time; a prior sign.
    • A sign offered beforehand; a foretoken.
  • others:
    • to exhibit, express, or exhibit beforehand; foretoken.
    • showing, portray, or display upfront; foretoken.
    • to exhibit, portray, or display upfront; foretoken.

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