/prɪˈzɛn tə mənt/
a feeling or impression that something is about to happen, especially something evil; foreboding.
now obsolete spelling of
a sense of something about to happen; premonition
[C18: from obsolete French, from
to sense beforehand; see
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Even as the days tick steadily by, unmarred by further atrocities, the presentiment lingers.
Looking at the work as a powerful presentiment of the future is helpful, perhaps.
He may even have a presentiment that it will end his life.
The deceased was far advanced in pregnancy, and is said to have had some presentiment that the rope was not safe.
Every known fact in natural science was divined by the presentiment of somebody, before it was actually verified.
In this case the presentiment of evil was but too surely justified.
Iv this ease the presentiment of evil was too surely justified.
And they have presentiment of the invisible powers before they have understanding of them.