Foreshadowing refers to dropping hints in a story about what happens later on in the book. This means that foreshadowing usually happens early on in a story such as in the first...
(USED WITH OBJECT)
to show or indicate beforehand; prefigure: Political upheavals foreshadowed war.
Foreshadowing or guessing ahead is a literary device by which an author hints
what is to come. It is used to avoid disappointment. It is also sometimes used to ...
Foreshadowing is an advance sign or warning of what is to come in the future.
The author of a mystery novel might use foreshadowing in the early chapter of his
To foreshadow is to predict something or to give a hint of what is to come. ... What
is foreshadowed doesn't always happen, though. ... foreshadow means to:.
Definition, Usage and a list of Foreshadowing Examples in common speech and
literature. Foreshadowing is a literary device in which a writer gives an advance ...
The literary device foreshadowing refers to the use of indicative word or phrases
and hints that set the stage for a story to unfold and give the reader a hint of ...
Dec 12, 2009 ... As a literary term, foreshadowing means giving the reader a hint of what is to
come through the setting, the characters' words or actions, ...
Define foreshadow: to give a suggestion of (something that has not yet happened
)—usage, ... It is in fact a real word (but that doesn't mean you should use it).
tr.v. fore·shad·owed, fore·shad·ow·ing, fore·shad·ows. To present an indication or
a suggestion of beforehand; presage: hostilities that foreshadowed all-out war.