Foreshow meaning

fôr-shō'
To show or indicate beforehand; foretell; prefigure.
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(archaic) To show in advance; to foretell, predict.
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(obsolete) A manifestation in advance; a prior indication.
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To show in advance; prefigure.
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Origin of foreshow

  • From Middle English foreschewen, from Old English forescēawian (“to foreshow, foresee; preordain, decree, appoint; provide, furnish with”), equivalent to fore- +‎ show. Cognate with Dutch voorschouwen, German vorschauen.
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  • From fore- +‎ show.
    From Wiktionary