Foresight related

presentiment
(n)
prǝ-SENT-i-mǝnt
Meaning

a feeling that something will happen; anticipatory fear; premonition

1st Sample Sentence

As I was walking home from work, I had a presentiment that something was terribly wrong at home, and when I arrived to find smoke pouring out of the windows, I realized that I had not been mistaken.

Root

prae (before)#sentire (to perceive, feel) (Latin)

Mnemonics

sentiment means feeling or perciving. presentiment means feeling before hand about the future.

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