Definition of Forefeel

1. v. t. To feel beforehand; to have a presentiment of.



Definition of Forefeel

1. Verb. (transitive) To feel or perceive beforehand or in advance; to have a presentiment of. ¹

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Definition of Forefeel

1. to have a premonition of [v -FELT, -FEELING, -FEELS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forefeel

foredisposes
foredisposing
foredo
foredoes
foredoing
foredone
foredoom
foredoomed
foredooming
foredooms
foredraft
foreface
forefaces
forefather
forefathers
forefeel (current term)
forefeeling
forefeels
forefeet
forefelt
forefence
forefences
forefend
forefended
forefending
forefends
forefinger
forefingers
forefixed
foreflow

Literary usage of Forefeel

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1. Anarchism and Other Essays by Emma Goldman, Hippolyte Havel (1910)
"... which shall be ruled as much as possible by this spirit of liberty, which we forefeel will dominate the entire work of education in the future? ..."

2. Annual Report by Cincinnati (Ohio), Board of Education, Cincinnati Public Schools, Cincinnati (Ohio). Board of Education (1891)
"Unless we can forefeel results, how can we fully appreciate the real importance of our own acts ? Now, an art education furnishes the ..."

3. Life and Correspondence of Theodore Parker: Minister of the Twenty-eighth by John Weiss (1864)
"It is delightful now to imagine myself a minister, to recount the duties of the station, and consider all the ways of performing them, and forefeel the ..."

4. Poet Lore (1900)
"Softly I hear all that full-brimmed gladness, Striking my soul with a forefeel of doom, Presage to me of lingering sadness, Monotone grim of a lifelong ..."

5. Popular Lectures on Scientific Subjects by Hermann von Helmholtz, Edmund Atkinson (1897)
"It is as if they would demonstrate the hidden consensus of all the actions of our mind, which in the revelations of genius makes us forefeel unconscious ..."

6. Popular Scientific Lectures by Ernst Mach, Thomas Joseph McCormack (1898)
"In cases where our thoughts follow the connexion of events with ease, and in instances where we positively forefeel the course of a phenomenon, ..."

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