Definition of Foretastes

1. Noun. (plural of foretaste) ¹



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Definition of Foretastes

1. foretaste [v] - See also: foretaste

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Foretastes

forestry
forests
forestward
foresty
foreswear
foreswearing
foreswears
foreswore
foresworn
foretake
foretalk
foretaste
foretasted
foretaster
foretasters
foretastes (current term)
foretasting
foretaught
foreteach
foreteeth
foretell
foreteller
foretellers
foretelleth
foretelling
foretells
forethink
forethinking
forethinks
forethought

Literary usage of Foretastes

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1. The National Preacher by Austin Dickinson (1853)
"foretastes OF HEAVEN AT THE CLOSE OF LIFE. of ... Christian biography is rich in examples of such rapturous and peaceful foretastes as often characterize ..."

2. Charles Lamb: His Friends, His Haunts, and His Books by Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald (1866)
"... Ere the cheered sister passes to her cell Soon in the hope that yet there will be given Calm and sweet hours—foretastes of heaven. ..."

3. Practical and Familiar Sermons Designed for Parochial and Domestic Instruction by Edward Cooper (1818)
"The delights they meet with here are meant only as helps and refreshments by the way, as foretastes and pledges of that happiness to come which they now ..."

4. Heavenly Home; Or, The Employments & Enjoyments of the Saints in Heaven by Henry Harbaugh (1853)
"on the foretastes of Heaven complete, we should linger yet for a short time around the closing scenes of the earthly life of saints, and catch what ..."

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