Definition of Forefelt
1. forefeel [v] - See also: forefeel
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Literary usage of Forefelt
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Christian science: With Notes Containing Corrections to Date by Mark Twain (1907)
"for He forefelt and foresaw the ordeal of a perfect Christianity, hated by sinners. To kindle all minds with a gleam of gratitude, the new idea that comes ..."
2. The Pathology of Mind by Henry Maudsley (1894)
"... and it would certainly appear that the brain felt the sympathetic trouble in sleep, and so forefelt and foretold the impending calamity in its dreams, ..."
3. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1918)
"Finally, there is about each word the psychic ' overtone ' of feeling that it brings us nearer to a forefelt conclusion. Suffuse all the words of a sentence ..."
4. The Contemporary Review (1871)
"... must be equally wrought out by the individual; and, since that indefinite progress, forefelt and conceived by conscience and proclaimed by tradition, ..."