The querulous, interconnected pamphlets printed in seventeenth-century Europe prefigure the culture of modern blogging.
Now follows a series of miraculous signs, prodigies, mad doings, which prefigure the coming destruction.
And now that she could begin to sit up it did prefigure recovery.
The fertile and profound fancy of Greece delighted to prefigure this truth in significant symbols and myths.
Does it not prefigure the wayward and fantastic progress of a storm-tossed life?
He had tried feebly to prefigure this face, but never had his visioning approached the actual in its majestic, still beauty.
Nothing, certes, in nature can surpass this scene; no imagination can prefigure, no pen or pencil adequately portray it.
If Manuel had overheard, it was comparatively easy to prefigure his next step.
The Germans prefigure this better age, and are leading the rest of the world into it.
The Lyric shows how the Finite may prefigure the Infinite, by illustrations derived from science and from love.