Foreshadow in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Foreshadow

to indicate or signal beforehand that something is going to happen

Examples of Foreshadow in a sentence

Telling lies up front in a relationship can foreshadow serious problems down the road. 🔊

A good author is able to foreshadow events that will take place later in his or her story. 🔊

A collapse in the housing market will often foreshadow a general economic collapse. 🔊

The physic indicated his visions were a way to foreshadow an unfortunate event. 🔊

It would be nice if life had a natural way to foreshadow unfortunate events and allow us to prepare. 🔊

They do not show a gun in the first scene of the movie if it is not there to foreshadow its use later. 🔊

It seemed that the anti-drunk driving sticker was there to foreshadow his fate, leaving him victim of an irresponsible driver. 🔊

The dissolving of peace treaties often works to foreshadow an inevitable war. 🔊

He used the storm to foreshadow the death of his protagonist in a violent storm at sea. 🔊

A storyteller is able to foreshadow an event without you realizing it until the warning comes to happen. 🔊

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