Use Harbinger in a sentence
Meaning: [ ] indicator of something to happen; a sign of warnings;
Galway was the harbinger of the fatal crisis to come.
The crowing of a cock is the harbinger of dawn.
Among the Kikuyu of Kenya it was believed that owls were harbingers of death.
Johnsen’s film is an interesting addendum and no doubt a harbinger of more sequels to come.
Supposedly, she will be the harbinger of the end of the world and even the gods themselves.
But death-penalty opponents hailed the vote as a harbinger of change beyond Nebraska’s borders.
He bangs on one door and what sounds like Hellhound, the harbinger of death, erupts from the other side.
Their scream is the harbinger of death, and when people hear the banshee’s wail, they tremble with fear.
He views the disinvestment campaign now taking place on college campuses as a harbinger of things to come.
And the whole affair, if you will, serves as a stern reminder and distressing harbinger.