Fore*show" (?), v. t. [AS. foresce�xa0;wian to foresee, provide; fore + sce�xa0;wian to see. See Show, v. t.]

To show or exhibit beforehand; to give foreknowledge of; to prognosticate; to foretell.

Your looks foreshow You have a gentle heart. Shak.

Next, like Aurora, Spenser rose, Whose purple blush the day foreshows. Denham.

 

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