PRONUNCIATION: (pri-ZEN-tuh-ment)

MEANING: noun: A sense that something is going to happen, especially something bad.

ETYMOLOGY: From French pressentiment (premonition), from pressentir (to have a premonition), from Latin pre- (before) + sentire (to feel). Ultimately from the Indo-European root sent- (to head for or to go), that is also the source for send, scent, sense, sentence, assent, consent, and ressentiment. Earliest documented use: 1663.


PROSENTIMENT - I'm all for it !