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premonitory

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpremonitorypre‧mon‧i‧to‧ry /prɪˈmɒnətəri $ -ˈmɑːnətɔːri/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 WARNgiving a warning that something unpleasant is going to happen 🔊 premonitory symptoms of the disease
Examples from the Corpus
premonitoryBrushing her teeth, she thought about Francesca, and a cold premonitory feeling came over her.a disease with few premonitory symptomsEpidemiological evidence suggests that complications associated with NSAIDs are characterised by a paucity of premonitory symptoms.
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