the fever was a sombre presage of his final illness
But one political event in Limerick did presage another bigger problem ahead.
Many people thought that the overly saccharine speech that Teri gave last episode was a stone-cold presage to her death.
The change of government, Wilson thought, would not necessarily presage a change in the political culture.
he had a strong presage that he had only a very short time to live
So I don't think today's high oil prices presage recession.
He fixed his eyes on her, wondering again if he was witnessing what could very well be a presage of his own fate.
Parents' groups, always on the lookout for something to blame other than the actual parents for the problems with kids, latched onto it as the latest presage of the decline and fall of western civilization.
lands he could measure, terms and tides presage
This act of rebellion was but a presage of things to come, as David, after graduating in 1965, left Detroit for the East Coast.