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Synonyms for foreshadower

one that indicates or announces someone or something to come

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And, in every case, memory is, by turns, death's foreshadower and forestaller.
In the dedication, Greene insists, "This is a story and not a piece of history." Unfortunately, The Quiet American became a chillingly accurate foreshadower of history.
I wrote about the terrible state of education during the Reagan administration but that conservative time was merely a precursor and foreshadower to the current "compassionate conservative" environment.
From Shadower to Foreshadower: Taking a Second Look at the Second Shepherd
In her latest two novels, The Message to the Planet and The Green Knight, the Jew has the central role of exemplary sufferer and foreshadower of a new religious idea" (13).