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Example sentences for foretaste

It is a foretaste of what human brain will accomplish when mankind is restored back to holiness.
As someone so cogently remarked: a foretaste of what's happening nationwide.
The article was a foretaste of recriminations expected in the months ahead.
The breeze is a foretaste of the sea, which has a two-sided presence in the movie.
She expects her honeymoon to be a foretaste of heaven, and therefore wants to spend it in heaven's prototype.

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