Foresmack
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Foresmack

English

Etymology

From fore- +‎ smack ("taste"). Cognate with Dutch voorsmaak ("foretaste"), German Vorgeschmack ("foretaste"), Swedish försmak ("foretaste").

Noun

foresmack (plural not attested)

  1. (rare, nonstandard) A foretaste; a taste or sampling of things to come.
    • 1893, James Vila Blake, More than kin:
      I know well thou wast foretasting my praise, as I returned to our study with a lively foresmack of thy biscuit.
    • 1976, Poul Anderson, A midsummer tempest:
      "I have a guardian's right, at least, thou wanton, to strip thee bare and flog thy back and butt till such foresmack of hell has chastened thee."

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