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premonition
used in A Room of One's Own

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a feeling, not based on reason, that something will happen — especially something bad
  • Or perhaps it is rather that Nature, in her most irrational mood, has traced in invisible ink on the walls of the mind a premonition which these great artists confirm; a sketch which only needs to be held to the fire of genius to become visible.
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