forebode (v.) Look up forebode at Dictionary.com
"feel a secret premonition," especially of something evil, c.1600, from fore- + bode. Transitive meaning "announce beforehand, presage," especially something undesirable, is from 1660s. Intransitive sense "to presage" is from 1711. Related: Foreboded; foreboding. Old English forebodian meant "to announce, declare."