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premonition

[-mənish′ən]
a sense of an impending event without prior knowledge of it.

premonition

(prĕm″ĕ-) (prē-mĕ-nĭsh′ŭn) [L. praemonere, to warn beforehand]
A feeling of an impending event.
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Premonitions THE release of The Mothman Prophecies will clearly revive much interest in the true-life premonitions of the Silver Bridge disaster - but the two most famous disasters of which people had premonitions remain the sinking of the Titanic in 1912, and the Aberfan mining disaster in 1966.
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I've backed a few premonitions myself without muchsuccess.
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ANDREA Corr has revealed she has been haunted by weird dreams and spooky premonitions since her mother died.
On a weekend when Penny takes Katherine to meet her friend Diana, all of destiny comes together and the premonitions almost become a tragic reality.
Olea said the last time Flores visited home, he spoke of premonitions of his own mortality.