Noun(1) (formal(2) something that precedes and indicates the approach of something or someone
Verb(1) foreshadow or presage(2) praise vociferously(3) greet enthusiastically or joyfully
(1) they considered the first primroses as the herald of spring(2) There have been two announcements this week that herald some good news for consumers and not so good news for credit providers and retailers.(3) The film ├ö├ç├┐The Crow├ö├ç├û stands as both the herald of an undiscovered talent and the bearer of bad tidings that the world lost it.(4) It will be a moment of deep sadness that will, unless some bowlers of similar calibre are unearthed soon, herald Sri Lanka's slide down the world rankings.(5) But the clear signs of a recession herald an end to this development.(6) Through out history drugs have been the herald of the mystic experiences.(7) In a potential partner, hands always herald the first signs of intimacy, since a touch precedes a kiss, and that first contact must be oh-so-special.(8) All the leading indicators which normally herald the economic boom cycle have started showing signs of instability.(9) Camden was a respected herald , being Clarenceux's King-of-Arms from 1597 until his death.(10) But, still, one wonders if Kidjo, who is really as much a historian as a funky herald of hope, has come close, academically speaking, to the ultimate source of this societal heartbeat.(11) A herald announces feasting in honour of Othello's marriage.(12) The final chapter, ├ö├ç├┐The Authorizing Judge: Jesus in the Moral Life,├ö├ç├û examines his role as herald and harbinger of God's kingdom.(13) This wonderful celebration to herald the start of summer promises to become an annual event.(14) The northeast expects, and has received, promising showers which herald the advancing summer.(15) The singing, performed by both males and females, is thought to announce territorial boundaries, attract a mate, or even herald a birth.(16) The New York Times reflects on the silver leaf lettering and the significance of the granite block, a herald for what is to come.
(1) herald :: herald
1. messenger ::
2. harbinger ::
3. trumpeter ::
4. precursor ::
5. proclaim ::
6. signal ::
7. hail ::
8. announce ::
1. antagonist ::
2. opponent ::
herald, heralded, heralding, heralds
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