foretell : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v foreshadow or presage
- v make a prediction about; tell in advance
- v indicate by signs
- Among those supposed powers is the Nostradamus-like ability to prophesize, to foretell future events.
- The second thing: yes, it is weird that the original 1980s comic book, an updating of the Guy Fawkes tale ("Remember, remember, the 5th of November"), should so eerily foretell the .
- Finding their interpretation intractable, he consults a renowned professor (Jan Rubes), who suggests that the dreams "foretell the demise of the dreamer.
News & Articles
- In nation's breadbasket, Latinos stuck in poverty
This divide causes concern because of what it may foretell as the nation's Hispanic population explodes and the U.S. moves toward becoming a majority minority nation.
June 9, 2013 - AccessNorthGa.com
- Winston Churchill in Jamaica Gleaner
Asked to explain the chief qualifications of a politician, Sir Winston Churchill said, "It's the ability to foretell what will happen tomorrow, next month and next year and to explain afterward why it didn't happen."
- Carlos Gutierrez in TODAYonline
The elections results foretell what may be greater challenges to those in the US who believe in more open global markets,Gutierrez said in a speech to an American Chamber of Commerce luncheon in Shanghai. "Some of the key economic issues...
- Peter Thiel in Methuselah Foundation
Mr. Thiel commented "Rapid advances in biological science foretell of a treasure trove of discoveries this century, including dramatically improved health and longevity for all. I'm backing Dr. de Grey, because I believe that his revolutionary...