premonitory

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premonitory

[-mon′iter′ē]
Etymology: L, prae + monere, to warn
an early symptom or sign of a disease. The term is commonly used to describe minor symptoms that precede a major health problem.

premonitory

(prē-mŏn′ĭ-tō-rē) [LL. praemonitorius]
Giving a warning, as an early symptom.