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Synonyms for harbinger

Synonyms for harbinger

one that indicates or announces someone or something to come

Synonyms for harbinger

something that precedes and indicates the approach of something or someone

foreshadow or presage

References in classic literature ?
Th top, however, of a heavy bank of clouds, which remaine almost constantly in one position, was the most promisin sign, and eventually turned out a true harbinger.
He is the child of all my foregoing hours, the prophet of those to come, and the harbinger of a greater friend.
A great potentate might arise, an artful prodigy, who with approval and disapproval could strain and constrain all the past, until it became for him a bridge, a harbinger, a herald, and a cock-crowing.
The sun rose, the morning of her nuptials, on a day so bright and cloudless, that Inez hailed it as a harbinger of future happiness.
Seizing the opportunity to strengthen its leadership position in fitness accessories, Harbinger announced today that it is acquiring Spydi, the San Francisco-based manufacturer of SportStretch(TM).
With limited distribution in specialty fitness stores and mail order, Spydi was entering a next phase of growth when Harbinger approached regarding acquisition.