presentiment

Part of speech: noun

A foreboding.

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Usage examples "presentiment":

  1. " I had a presentiment," said Sylvia. - "A Christmas Posy", Mary Louisa Stewart Molesworth.
  2. Then there has been the sense of the coming danger, the dark presentiment of how it all must end when the " powers that tend the soul to help it from the death that cannot die, and save it even in extremes, begin to vex and plague it." - "Preaching and Paganism", Albert Parker Fitch.
  3. I found to my great relief that my presentiment had not been wrong after all. - "Real Ghost Stories", William T. Stead.