How to use Premonition in a sentence

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  • He must have had a premonition, because the truck broke down on her way home the following week.

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  • The premonition was wrong.

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  • He had been gone over a week now, but the premonition persisted.

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  • For some, this might mean keeping a dream dictionary and interpreting dreams, or even having a premonition in a dream that comes true.

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  • I had a strange premonition and asked Roger Harvey my pit manager to change to wet tires.

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  • Some 30 minutes in we get a premonition of the terrible atrocity in store.

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  • She might, however, " sense " the disaster, have a premonition.

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  • Was it a premonition, or something else?

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  • Premonition A premonition occurs when future events, often calamitous in nature, are foreknown via individual psychic experience.

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