Definition of Premonitions

1. Noun. (plural of premonition) ¹



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Definition of Premonitions

1. premonition [n] - See also: premonition

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Premonitions

premoistening
premoistens
premolar
premolars
premold
premolded
premolding
premolds
premolt
premonish
premonished
premonishes
premonishing
premonishment
premonition
premonitions (current term)
premonitor
premonitorily
premonitors
premonitory
premonsoon
premonstrate
premonstrated
premonstrates
premonstrating
premonstration
premonstrations
premonstrator
premonstrators
premoral

Literary usage of Premonitions

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1. Sharps and Flats by Eugene Field (1900)
"BIBLIOMANIA premonitions of a Bibliophile " ONE day, while I was in the Methodist Conference in New York last month," says the Rev. ..."

2. Sharps and Flats by Eugene Field (1900)
"BIBLIOMANIA premonitions of a Bibliophile " ONE day, while I was in the Methodist Conference in New York last month," says the Rev. ..."

3. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research by Society for Psychical Research, Edmund Gurney (1889)
"ON THE EVIDENCE FOR premonitions. BY MRS. HENRY SIDGWICK. INTRODUCTION. My object in this paper is to give the result of a careful study of the evidence for ..."

4. Superstitions of the Highlands & Islands of Scotland by John Gregorson Campbell (1900)
"premonitions AND DIVINATION. premonitions. THESE are bodily sensations by which future events may be foreknown. An itching in the nose foretells that a ..."

5. Enigmas of Psychical Research by James Hervey Hyslop (1906)
"Whether any such a thing as causally determined premonitions occur or not is not now the question, but the definition of an alleged phenomenon, ..."

6. Enigmas of Psychical Research by James Hervey Hyslop (1906)
"There are no phenomena that can so effectively excite scepticism and philosophic confusion as alleged premonitions. If we could dismiss the allegations as ..."

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