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Related to forebodings: enticement, portentously, satiate, solicitude
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Jennings, perhaps satisfied with the partial justification of her forebodings which had been found in their late alarm, allowed herself to trust in his judgment, and admitted, with unfeigned joy, and soon with unequivocal cheerfulness, the probability of an entire recovery.
De Guiche, who appeared not to notice the foreboding expression, went up to Raoul, and grasping him by the hand, said, -- "It is agreed, then, Bragelonne, is it not, that you will rejoin us in the courtyard of the Palais-Royal?
He was living very much in the present--an ugly and foreboding present.
So although the heart of Deirdre was sad and heavy with foreboding of evil, they set sail for the land of Erin.
Last Christmas I was a bride, with a heart overflowing with present bliss, and full of ardent hopes for the future, though not unmingled with foreboding fears.
Thus did Zarathustra hear a soothsayer speak; and the foreboding touched his heart and transformed him.
I HAVE great forebodings over the HS2 and although I would love to see the Curzon Street project completed, I do feel that this is more of a vanity project than a viable business investment and that the job projections are just made up figures by political interests.
Of course, the year came and went and those forebodings were not realised.
If the specter of biological manipulations of reality rooted in our very DNA inhibits our full embrace of the future, irony affords a vehicle to meet our millennial forebodings halfway.