expected (part of speech: verb)
expected, suspected, gathered, foreknown, presumed, deduced, anticipated, foresaw, dreaded, apprehended, foreseen, awaited, envisaged, assumed, inferred, presupposed, surmised, contemplated, imagined, foreknew, envisioned
threatened (part of speech: verb)
- My friends immediately foreboded that a great misfortune would befall me. - "Adventures in the Philippine Islands", Paul P. de La Gironière.
- Little as they foreboded the end in store, greatly as they hoped all his errors were a mere necessary attribute of manliness, the sisters must have read in his shaken nerves the dissipation for which their clever Branwell was already remarkable in Haworth. - "Emily BrontÃ«", A. Mary F. (Agnes Mary Frances) Robinson.
- It appeared to be the prevalent opinion among the people, that the late event foreboded evil to the Swash, and long as most of these men had served in the brig, and much as they had become attached to her, had she gone into port that night, nearly every man forward would have run before morning. - "Jack Tier or The Florida Reef", James Fenimore Cooper.