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Prefixes-FORE

Chapter 3 Vocabulary-FORE

WordMeaning
FORE- beforehand, front, before
forearm front part of the arm from the wrist to the elbow
forebear literally, one who has been or existed before; ancestor, forfather
foreboding feeling beforehand of coming trouble; misgiving; presentiment; omen
forecast estimate beforehand of a future happening; prediction; prophecy
forefront literally, front part of the front. Foremost place or part; vanguard
foregoing going before; preceding; previous
foremost standing at the front; first; most advanced; leading; principal; chief
foreshadow indicate beforehand; augur ; portend
foresight act of looking forward; prudence; power of seeing beforehand what is likely to happen.
foreword front matter preceding the text of a book; preface; introduction; prologue
Created by: Saynes