- n. 先驱；预兆
- v. 预示；作先驱
something that precedes and indicates the approach of something or someone
foreshadow or presage
- The crowing of the cock is a harbinger of dawn.
- The cuckoo is a harbinger of spring.
The mad daughter of the mad father was come as harbinger of doom.出自： L. Garfield
The first few pimples, harbingers of messy manhood.出自： J. Updike
The star that harbingers a glorious day.出自： Southey