One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘it all happened as she had foretold’
predict, forecast, foresee, anticipate, envisage, envision, see, prophesy, prognosticate, augur, divine
archaic foreshow, croak
Scottish archaic spae
rare vaticinate, auspicate
2‘the shootings foretold more terrible violence’
augur, presage, portend, foreshadow, indicate, signal, point to, add up to, be an omen of, be a warning of, be a harbinger of
literary forebode, foretoken, betoken, harbinger
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