Foretold [adjective]

Definition of Foretold:

known beforehand

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Sentence/Example of Foretold:

Tell ye, and come, and consult together: who hath declared this from the beginning, who hath foretold this from that time?

The prophets often speak of things to come as if they were past, to express the certainty of the event of the things foretold.

In any case, so far as could be judged, the occurrence foretold was not imminent.

And when a restoration to the privileges of the sabbath is foretold, regard to them as a people in covenant is promised.

Both in the first and in the later ages, the performance of the duty in these ages was foretold.

Who could have foretold that, afterward, on the day of the great disaster, all this should be made a reproach against me!

This woman, whose name and life have eluded history, foretold one year as the length of Francois's reign.

The man Martin had recently foretold the destruction of Yorkminster; and he had set it on fire to fulfil his prediction.

The irrepressible conflict, foretold by our poets and dreaded by our statesmen, broke out in the spring of 1861.

Elihu was pondering on his triumph as a valuable citizen, and what Amarita thought no one could at that moment have foretold.