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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforetoldfore‧told /fɔːˈtəʊld $ fɔːrˈtoʊld/  the past tense and past participle of foretell
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foretoldAfter eighteen months it happened as I had foretold.All happened, of course, as the tower had foretold.But disaster, when it came, was less severe than had been foretold.Yet even the fact of her absence was cause for congratulation, for what she had presciently foretold had come to pass.I could have been one of those prophets who foretold him.A universe of virtues foretold in those gloss-paper patterns.This act, as noted above, had been foretold of the Messiah by the prophet Zechariah.
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