Definition of forewarner in English:

forewarner

noun

  • See forewarn

    • ‘Owls are the forewarners of evil and death.’
    • ‘He is our forewarner in uncertainty, our monitor in matters of doubt, our defender in danger, and our assistant in need.’
    • ‘That is, if journalists were talking about an innovative technology, or about a social concern, that that was a forewarner that the theme was going to become important.’
    • ‘Grape growers often use roses at the ends of the rows in the vineyard as forewarners of any diseases that might affect the vines.’
    • ‘The middle speech was the first-party forewarner arguing persuasively for an exit exam requirement.’