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Definition of "presaging" [presaging]

  • Present participle of presage. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "presaging" in a sentence
  • "The Nazi party mounted a relative novelty -- gramophones -- on vehicles and used the public's attraction to them to broadcast a uniform political message, presaging today's AM talk radio jocks and "echo chambers" of right-leaning news media and think tanks that use technology to repeat uniform messaging to create "dittoheads.""
  • "There, right-wing relativity deniers were mounting personal attacks against Einstein and his theory, which they loudly branded as a "hoax," presaging modern attacks on climate science, and criticized Einstein for having economic motives, just as today's climate scientists are often accused of having."
  • "Yet it is a spirited movie, its final shoot-out in the snow presaging the magnificent close of Robert Altman's McCabe & Mrs Miller."
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