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foreshow

[ fawr-shoh, fohr- ]
/ fɔrˈʃoʊ, foʊr- /
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verb (used with object), fore·showed, fore·shown, fore·show·ing.
to show beforehand.
foretell; foreshadow.
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Origin of foreshow

before 1000; Middle English forescewen,Old English forescēawian.See fore-, show
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British Dictionary definitions for foreshow

foreshow
/ (fɔːˈʃəʊ) /

verb -shows, -showing, -showed or -shown
(tr) archaic to indicate in advance; foreshadow
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