A Word A Day : Harbinger

Word of 9th July 2007: A Word A Day-Harbinger


( Noun )

Harbinger (HAR bin jur) n: a forerunner, a signal of

• Be careful with the pronunciation of this word. Many people pronounce it incorrectly.

• Warm weather is the harbinger of spring.

• A cloud of bad breath and body odor, which preceded him by several yards every where he went, was Harold's harbinger.

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