Synonym: announce, annunciate, forerunner, foretell, herald, precursor. Similar words: disturbing, singer, finger, turbine, arbitrate, arbitrary, harbor, anger. Meaning: ['hɑrbɪndʒə(r) /'hɑːb-] n. an indication of the approach of something or someone. v. foreshadow or presage.
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1. The cuckoo is a harbinger of spring.
2. The crowing of the cock is a harbinger of dawn.
3. The November air stung my cheeks, a harbinger of winter.
4. The crow of the cock is a harbinger of dawn.
5. This was a harbinger of glasnost to come.
6. The increase in homes prices may be a harbinger of better economic times.
7. The upholder, rueful harbinger of death, Waits with impatience for the dying breath.
8. Edwards was no more than a harbinger of the new way.
9. An ugly start is not necessarily a harbinger of worse things to come.
10. The robin is a harbinger of spring.
11. Stagflation can be a harbinger of economic depression.
12. The cock is the harbinger of dawn.
13. The cuckoo is the harbinger of spring.
14. The sword is a harbinger of enmity and bitterness.
15. Exert thy voice, sweet harbinger of spring!
16. It was an ominous harbinger of species.
17. Could Vietnam's difficulties be a harbinger of trouble elsewhere in Asia?
18. Whether or not the new iceberg is a harbinger of the greenhouse effect, it is clearly a hazard for ships plying the southern seas, and so satellites and planes will keep a careful watch on it.
19. He initiated the harbinger of Greek philosophy research from heaven to earth.
20. You are a green leaf, a harbinger of spring full of brightness.
21. Lu Xun will be for ever celebrated as the glorious harbinger of a new Chinese cultural movement.
22. Many analysts say a weak January in the small-cap arena is a harbinger of underperformance of the sector for the year.
23. The structure of agriculture makes it difficult to treat the peasant drive for noble land as the harbinger of rural capitalism.
24. Many sea-green incorruptibles will be there,[Sentencedict] but might this commercial fair be the first harbinger of green over-kill?
25. Any actual experience of love could enter into such a sys-tem only as a harbinger of disaster.
26. It was a triumph of dignity over racism and surely a harbinger of the future.
27. However, it is not possible to determine whether the increase in autophagic vacuolization is an adaptive response or a harbinger of cell death.
28. Astrologers at all times and in all land account a harbinger that civilization is about to occur of great change, the universe is about to launch a major disaster warning to the planet and humanity.
29. It'slowly drew nearer, with each day bringing a new harbinger of its coming.
30. The Paris Commune will be for ever celebrated as the glorious harbinger of a new society.
More similar words: disturbing, singer, finger, turbine, arbitrate, arbitrary, harbor, anger, danger, longer, in danger, no longer, any longer, endanger, passenger, dangerous, ebbing, endangered, out of danger, bombing, hobbing, tinge, hinge, cringe, impinge, infringe, staggering, stringent, in general, ingenuous.