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Definition of Premonition

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advance feeling, presentiment; forewarning; intuitive flash
Premonition Definition from Language, Idioms & Slang Dictionaries & Glossaries
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
Previous warning, notice, or information; forewarning; as, a premonition of danger.
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\pre`mo*ni"tion\ (?), n. [l. praemonitio. see premonish.] previous warning, notice, or information; forewarning; as, a premonition of danger.

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Rhagwys = n. a premonition
WordNet 2.0

1. a feeling of evil to come; "a steadily escalating sense of foreboding"; "the lawyer had a presentiment that the judge would dismiss the case"
(synonym) foreboding, presentiment, boding
(hypernym) apprehension, apprehensiveness, dread
(hyponym) shadow
2. an early warning about a future event
(synonym) forewarning
(hypernym) warning
Premonition Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Precognition (from the Latin præ-, "before" and cognitio, "acquiring knowledge"), also called future sight, and second sight, is an alleged psychic ability to see events in the future.

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Premonition Definition from Religion & Spirituality Dictionaries & Glossaries
Premonition, Presentiment A warning of an impending event, used mostly for warnings of danger or misfortune; a prophetic feeling that some calamity is about to happen. It differs from prevision in that it is a feeling rather than a picture.
An event on the physical plane may be preceded by causes not perceptible to our physical senses, yet of which our more subtle inner senses are aware. Some people and many animals may have a presentiment of an earthquake, through sensitiveness to certain astral and physical conditions which precede the actual earth-shock. Explaining such a case as that of avoiding a doomed train brings up the general question of prediction and the problem of time. In these cases the inner sense may perceive an event before it has happened on the physical plane, and such cases are too numerous for them to be lightly dismissed as imaginary or mere coincidences. See also PROPHECY