Frequent fainting fits gave presage of a speedy end, and on the 8th of April 1813 he had a final interview with his friends B.
The condition of affairs on the continent seemed to French enthusiasts to presage an attack by the other Powers on France.
Against Russia he was less fortunate, and the first encounter between Turkey and her future northern rival gave presage of disaster to come.
Adamson (Perth, 1638) are the lines "For what we do presage is riot in grosse, For we are brethren of the Rosie Crosse; We have the Mason Word and second sight, Things for to come we can fortell aright."
That forethought will undoubtedly presage many happy years of marriage.
It's important to understand the weather conditions that presage frost.
The loose and barren rule of the Confederation seemed to conservative minds such as Hamilton's to presage, in its strengthening of individualism, a fatal looseness of social restraints, and led him on to a dread of democracy that he never overcame.
presage a death in the family.
A quick glance at the sky to reassure myself that the scudding clouds did not presage rain.
The experiences of China and Yugoslavia only presage more far-reaching developments to come.
Its efforts in support of this oppressed group may presage a positive direction for Japanese religiosity.
presage factors which related directly to test performance are achievement motivation (positive) and deep strategy (negative ).
presage of death.
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