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premonition
used in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

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Definition
a feeling, not based on reason, that something will happen — especially something bad
  • At all hours of the day and night, I would be taken with the premonitory shudder; above all, if I slept, or even dozed for a moment in my chair, it was always as Hyde that I awakened.
    p. 105.3

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