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a limited or anticipatory experience

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an early limited awareness of something yet to occur

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Already the heat was sufficient to give me a foretaste of the hereafter.
His free hand went to my throat, and in that moment I knew the bitterest foretaste of death earned by one's own idiocy.
Crawling forth, from day to day, to some green sunny spot, they have had such memories wakened up within them by the sight of the sky, and hill and plain, and glistening water, that a foretaste of heaven itself has soothed their quick decline, and they have sunk into their tombs, as peacefully as the sun whose setting they watched from their lonely chamber window but a few hours before, faded from their dim and feeble sight
Little they cared what anybody thought, for they were enjoying the happy hour that seldom comes but once in any life, the magical moment which bestows youth on the old, beauty on the plain, wealth on the poor, and gives human hearts a foretaste of heaven.
This was somewhat of a disagreeable foretaste of mountain life to some of Wyeth's band, accustomed only to the regular and peaceful life of New England; nor was it altogether to the taste of Captain Sublette's men, who were chiefly creoles and townsmen from St.
I lost myself in a feeling of deep content, something like a foretaste of a time of felicity which must be quiet or it couldn't be eternal.
We can not forget Florence--Naples--nor the foretaste of heaven that is in the delicious atmosphere of Greece--and surely not Athens and the broken temples of the Acropolis.
UNEMPLOYMENT is on the rise again in Scotland in what could be a worrying foretaste of things to come under a Tory Brexit.
The band's roots lay in blues and R&B, but its 1964 hit "Go Now" was a foretaste of the lush, orchestral sound that came to be called progressive rock.
The level and diversity of Moroccos participation in this fair is "a foretaste of what our country is," Zouiten told MAP, noting that "with 5 pc of arrivals from France, our country is the first non-European destination of the French".
This used to be a pleasant rural lane that provided a foretaste of the moors up ahead.
TWO former leading politicians have clashed on whether the UK should remain in the European Union, giving a foretaste of the arguments which will rage ahead of a referendum on membership.
Ulrich Hackenberg, member of the Audi board of management for Technical Development, said, 'The Audi e-tron quattro concept provides a concrete foretaste of this.
And the QX30 Concept (pictured below) offers a foretaste of how its production version will look when it comes out of the Sunderland production plant next year.
THE council and European election results over this weekend are a foretaste of a ferocious political year.