Fore*deem" (?), v. t.

To recognize or judge in advance; to forebode.

[Obs.]

Udall.

Laugh at your misery, as foredeeming you An idle meteor. J. Webster.

 

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Fore*deem", v. i. [Cf. Foredoom.]

To know or discover beforehand; to foretell.

[Obs.]

Which [maid] could guess and foredeem of things past, present, and to come. Genevan Test.

 

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