How to use premonition in a sentence

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When the only possible premonition of the future is the intolerableness of the present, it is easy to understand why the unforeseen happened.
She glanced at Bev and realized her friend was worried about the premonition.
I had a sudden premonition of the proud tower reduced to a pile of rubble overgrown by the plants that had rooted in its mossy crevices.
It's hard to resist the premonition that Equitable's problems are far from over and more grief lies ahead.
An ominous little black pig fills a corner in The Maids, a premonition of the murders to come.
Was it some physicalised premonition and I'm going to accidentally cut my hand off this evening?
One night, when her daughter, Sarah Dawn Ray, called, the two women had a premonition that the situation could soon turn violent.
An accident victim named Johnny Smith wakes from a coma with a skill at premonition.
But I am shocked how these new rumors have been codified into a kind of collective South African premonition.
We especially fear being constrained by our bodies, because every fleshly constraint is a premonition of death, the final limit our physicality places on our ambitions.
Maybe we're just blocking it out like a bad memory or premonition.
Having had a premonition of the disaster, Lane added a codicil to his will shortly before the voyage, leaving his Impressionist collection to London.
But one day, two years after his wedding, while lounging in a deckchair, shelling peanuts on an October afternoon, Sharma was startled by a premonition.
Further awakening of the inner potentials gradually bestows the supernormal powers of premonition, afflatus, telepathy, clairvoyance and prophecy.
Maybe Church of Scientology leader David Miscavige had a premonition.
Did people have some inkling of non-Euclidean geometry, some premonition that the parallel postulate might be false?
As he left Los Angeles, he expressed a premonition that he would not be returning.
There seemed to be a sort of premonition hidden in the temporal disjunction between the two panes, each of which condensed the obscure singularity of its originary event.
Examples from Classical Literature
She flung away from Andre-Louis, as if moved by some premonition of what was coming.
Can it be doubted that this Savoyard priest had a premonition of the Conservation of Force?
Oh, how promiscuously these pictures come on the screen of the mind, some without the slightest premonition of their coming.
I cried, leaping to my feet, a premonition of what he was about turning me cold with horror.
And this premonition was disagreeable to him though he knew it could not be helped.
Her head was bowed, and he had not see her face, yet he had a premonition that she was crying.
Martin opened it with a premonition of disaster, and read it standing at the open door when he had received it from the postman.
I was oppressed by a premonition of something terrible that had happened or was about to happen.
That you had a premonition that he might come to you for assistance.
There was a premonition of his return at the Snow breakfast table.
During the service a sort of panic, a sort of premonition of the future, came over me, and I could hardly hold myself upright.
It was as though he had been suddenly transported to another world and he felt a strange restlessness that might easily have been a premonition of danger.
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