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forefeel

[ verb fawr-feel, fohr-; noun fawr-feel, fohr- ]
/ verb fɔrˈfil, foʊr-; noun ˈfɔrˌfil, ˈfoʊr- /
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verb (used with object), fore·felt, fore·feel·ing.

to feel or perceive beforehand; have a presentiment of.

noun

a feeling beforehand.

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Origin of forefeel

First recorded in 1570–80; fore- + feel
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