Impression and Premonition


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Impression noun – Something imagined or pictured in the mind.
Usage example: had a vague impression that the guide would be female

Premonition and impression are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Premonition" instead a noun "Impression".
Nearby Words: impress, impressive, imprint, impressed, impressionable
Synonyms for Impression


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Premonition noun – A feeling that something bad will happen.
Usage example: she had a premonition that her cat would somehow get hurt that day

Impression and premonition are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Impression" instead a noun "Premonition".
Nearby Word: premonitory
Synonyms for Premonition

How words are described

strong strong impression strong premonition
real real impression real premonition
bad bad impression bad premonition
terrible terrible impression terrible premonition
Other adjectives: silly.
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