(?), n. [L. praecursor, fr. praecurrere to run before; prae before + currere to run. See Course.] One who, or that which, precedes an event, and indicates its approach; a forerunner; a harbinger.
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Evil thoughts are the invisible, airy precursors of all the storms and tempests of the soul.
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Syn. -- Predecessor; forerunner; harbinger; messenger; omen; sign.
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