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presentiment

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpresentimentpre‧sen‧ti‧ment /prɪˈzentəmənt/ noun [countable]  formalPREDICT a strange feeling that something is going to happen, especially something bad syn premonitionpresentiment of a presentiment of disaster
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presentimentI didn't exactly have a presentiment - certainly not of anything like this happening.I have an intractable presentiment that I will soon start seeing them in Tod's dream.I understood that you had had some sort of presentiment of disaster.Since the unfortunate accident to your father, I have had the strangest presentiments concerning you, at times.Heavy with presentiment, I turned around and walked back to my office.presentiment ofa presentiment of danger
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