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forefeel

verb fore·feel \(ˌ)fr-ˈfēl\
fore·felt\-ˈfelt\fore·feel·ing

Definition of FOREFEEL

transitive verb
:  to have a presentiment of

Examples of FOREFEEL

  1. <did any of the passengers embarking on the Titanic's maiden voyage forefeel their impending doom?>

First Known Use of FOREFEEL

1580

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