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foreboding
used in Gone with the Wind

2 uses
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Definition a feeling that something bad is going to happen
  • She paced the floor in her bare feet, her nightgown clinging to her legs and the more she walked the stronger became her foreboding.
    3.20 (78% in)
  • With foreboding, Mammy had brought her young mistress a small package, addressed in a strange hand from New Orleans, a package containing a miniature of Ellen, which she flung to the floor with a cry, four letters in her own handwriting to Philippe Robillard, and a brief letter from a New Orleans priest, announcing the death of her cousin in a barroom brawl.
    1.3 (68% in)

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