And yet "The Ocean Full of Bowling Balls" doesn't require this kind of foreshadowing to work.
Whenever a staffer needed help, Baron, in a foreshadowing of later events, was the first to volunteer.
foreshadowing her intentions, the forty-seven-year-old gave the boy a signed first edition of the titillating tale.
The sartorial culture clash is a foreshadowing: mama slaps Louis and kicks him out of the house.
The rise of the yeoman class in Britain was particularly critical in foreshadowing the evolution of America.
But the effect of these concessions was undermining the sovereignty and was foreshadowing conflict.
There must have been a foreshadowing in her soul of the man's reliability, though she knew it not.
She had dreamt a dream, foreshadowing evil to Jack, she began to tell us—and not a morsel of breakfast could she touch.
Diana watched this foreshadowing of tragedy with tight lips, pale cheeks.
This is no mere jest, but a foreshadowing of Pietro Aretino.