forebode


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to give warning signs of (impending peril)

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Kurt Boetcher's set design is suitably grim: Even the early Berlin scenes forebode disaster.
Kimbell forebode the broader anti-Byrum application in Strangi II T.
Events at the edges of these boundaries could forebode a future rupture, he concludes.
Given the scale of the EPA- required effort, such deliberation is expected and healthy, but it does forebode tightening financial margins in outyears of the expensive capital effort.
In his hands, loping beats cobbled out of sound effects and laid-back vocals that forebode and reverberate as if delivered from the barrel of a shotgun have been turned into a new lounge music for a society on the edge of cataclysm.