Definition of Forefeels
1. forefeel [v] - See also: forefeel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forefeels
Literary usage of Forefeels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Literature and life: Studies by William Dean Howells (1902)
"Almost in the first germinal impulse the inventive mind forefeels the ultimate difference and recognizes the essential simplicity or complexity of the ..."
2. My Study Windows by James Russell Lowell (1876)
"Here is another example from the Fourteenth Book : — " And as, when with unwieldy waves the great sea forefeels windt That both ways ..."
3. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1861)
"The robbing of Silas scowling beauty, blaek-browed, with —which one forefeels as the necessary “a flash of white teeth ;“ with “black result of his ..."
4. Studies of a Litterateur by George Edward Woodberry (1921)
"He even forefeels a ghostly landscape where two shall go wandering through the night, "alone." So the faith that broke its chrysalis in the first ..."
5. The Dawn of Italian Independence: Italy from the Congress of Vienna, 1814 by William Roscoe Thayer (1893)
"... a lachrymose, middle- aged gentleman, unable to restrain his tears night or day, forefeels that Cupid will turn him into a river; and he is not sorry, ..."
6. Biographic Clinics by George Milbry Gould (1906)
"A subconscious wisdom forefeels the hurt and shrinks from it. The sick lose the spur of action, even the desire for it. The wounded or weak animal feigns ..."