Examples of foreshadow in a Sentence
Her early interest in airplanes foreshadowed her later career as a pilot.
The hero's predicament is foreshadowed in the first chapter.
Recent Examples of foreshadow from the Web
The mayor foreshadowed his strategy when he was elevated to the presidency of the Conference of U.S. Mayors, a bipartisan group of leaders representing the nation's largest cities.
These two facts combined meant that this complex, much foreshadowed fight against a major boss boiled down to five minutes of pressing the same two buttons to cast the same fire attack over and over.
The good news is this weather foreshadows rain to come.
History also shows that special elections often fail to foreshadow future results.
Zunino’s two home runs and four runs batted in were the obvious keys to Seattle’s 6-2 win over the Tigers in front of 21,517 at Safeco Field Monday night that the Mariners hope foreshadows what looms as a critical stretch of home games.
The council’s five Democrats foreshadowed their Monday votes last week by removing $5 million Faulconer had put in the city budget for a special election.
The announcement seems to foreshadow the eventual establishment of new medical cannabis players in Florida operating under tribal ownership, outside the current limitations on state licenses.
And records of his interactions with TriMet authorities didn't foreshadow the kind of outburst that preceded last Friday's fatal attack.
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First Known Use of foreshadow
FORESHADOW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of foreshadow for English Language Learners
: to give a suggestion of (something that has not yet happened)
FORESHADOW Defined for Kids
Definition of foreshadow for Students
: to give a hint of beforehand
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