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premonition

  

      n  
1    an intuition of a future, usually unwelcome, occurrence; foreboding  
2    an early warning of a future event; forewarning  
     (C16: from Late Latin praemonitio, from Latin praemonere to admonish beforehand, from prae before + monere to warn, advise)  
  premonitory      adj  
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premonition

  
  
apprehension, feeling, feeling in one's bones, foreboding, forewarning, funny feeling     (informal)   hunch, idea, intuition, misgiving, omen, portent, presage, presentiment, sign, suspicion, warning  

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