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Sentence count:31+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-18Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: augurauspicatebetokenbodeforecastforeshadowforetellomenportendportentpredictprefigureprodigyprognosticprognosticateprognosticationSimilar words: passagesausagepresscompresspresentpress forpresideimpressMeaning: ['presɪdʒ]  n. 1. a foreboding about what is about to happen 2. a sign of something about to happen. v. indicate by signs. 
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1. Those black clouds presage a storm.
2. In dreams one may presage the future.
3. By certain signs we may presage of heats and rains.
4. Alternatively, this finding may presage respiratory failure.
5. Recent small earthquakes may presage a much larger one.
6. Those clouds presage a storm.
7. Its hooting was thought to presage death, for owls were the personification of restless spirits returning to earth to seek revenge.
8. They presage the reinvention of Reaganomics for the 21st century.
9. Her appearance here would presage a shipwreck, the candle lighting the way for pall bearers who would follow.
10. Conclusion: Dynamic transcutaneous bilirubinometry can presage newborn pathological jaundice.
11. Figurines presage the emergence of sculpture in greece.
12. The change could presage serious problems.
13. This is a presage and an urge.
14. The lowering clouds presage a storm.
15. The clouds presage a storm.
16. And the augurs mock their own presage.
17. The incident is believed to presage war.
18. To indicate or give warning of beforehand; presage.
19. But it may presage a longer slowdown.
20. Such incidents often presage war.
21. On past form the slowdown seemed likely to presage a long slump.
22. When the weasel and the cat make a marriage,[] it is a very ill presage
23. The large number of moderate earthquakes that have occurred recently could presage a larger quake soon.
24. But still the economy is not showing signs of any of the excesses that normally presage a recession.
25. It was not, as its critics asserted[], meant to presage an alliance between the Left and the Liberals.
26. Despite their antiquity, their bodies were already starting to presage humanity, the scientists said.
27. Brown Brothers Harriman strategist Win Thin said that could presage a move to $1.2485. But he also said the euro may find it tough to go much further in the near future.
28. Even early in his career, Liao sought to project the emotional qualities of his subjects, a focus on their inner nature that here seems to presage his turn toward abstractionism in the 1960s.
29. But for unknown reasons, in the remaining cases the twisting did not presage a flare.
30. When the weasel and cat make a marriage , it is a very ill presage.
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