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Related to forebodings: enticement, portentously, satiate, solicitude
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an indication of impending danger or harm

Synonyms for foreboding

ominously prophetic

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Sad forebodings fill my mind when I think of the future.
Apart from this foreboding, things went on much as usual in the Poyser household.
Jennings's forebodings, was not in a state of mind to resist their influence.
However, while these gloomy forebodings cast a shade of anxiety over De Guiche's countenance, De Wardes had resumed the entire mastery over himself.
Why do I feel a foreboding that you have appealed to him in vain?
Some dim sense of foreboding was beginning to steal in upon him.
The long absence of the uncle and nephew had occasioned some disquiet in the minds of all whom they had left behind them; and the more, as, during the preceding dialogue, the uncle had more than once elevated his voice, so as to be heard downstairs; which, though they could not distinguish what he said, had caused some evil foreboding in Nancy and her mother, and, indeed, even in Jones himself.
Raoul, with pessimistic foreboding, was convinced that there were only girls next door.
And she recalled in all its detail the night at Bald Hills before he had the last stroke, when with a foreboding of disaster she had remained at home against his will.
It was one of those less lowering, but still grey and gloomy enough mornings of the transition, when with a fair wind the ship was rushing through the water with a vindictive sort of leaping and melancholy rapidity, that as I mounted to the deck at the call of the forenoon watch, so soon as I levelled my glance towards the taffrail, foreboding shivers ran over me.
Catherine would make a sad, heedless young housekeeper to be sure," was her mother's foreboding remark; but quick was the consolation of there being nothing like practice.