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foreboding
used in Wuthering Heights

2 uses
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Definition a feeling that something bad is going to happen
  • And he dreaded that mind: it revolted him: he shrank forebodingly from the idea of committing Isabella to its keeping.
    Chapter 10 (61% in)
forebodingly = with a sense that something bad will happen
  • I, for my part, began to fancy my forebodings were false, and that he must be actually rallying, when he mentioned riding and walking on the moors, and seemed so earnest in pursuing his object.
    Chapter 25 (94% in)

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