foreshadow

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To presage, or suggest something in advance
If something foreshadows an event or situation, it suggests that it will happen. The disappointing sales figures foreshadow more redundancies. to show or say that something will happen in the future
indicate by signs; "These signs bode bad news"
{f} indicate beforehand, portend, foretell
To shadow or typi&?;y beforehand; to prefigure
foreshadowing
Present participle of foreshadow
Foreshadowed
adumbrated
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past of foreshadow
foreshadowing
the act of providing vague advance indications; representing beforehand
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clues that suggest events that have yet to occur, what may happen next, creates suspense
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The presentation of material in a work in such way that later events are prepared for
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Hints inserted by the author to indicate to the careful reader how the action is going to develop, and thus to contribute to the credibility of the plot
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A literary device in which an author drops subtle hints about plot developments to come later in the story
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- Event or dialogue that plants hints about what will happen later in the story
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indistinctly prophetic
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When later developments in a narrative are hinted at early on The famous Pushkin law--"Never plant a gun in the first act unless you intend to use it in the last"--is really about foreshadowing
foreshadowing
is something which prepares the reader for an event later in the story
foreshadows
third person singular of foreshadow
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