Is premonition a noun or verb?

Like the synonym foreboding, a premonition usually refers to something bad or harmful. This noun is from Middle French premonicion, from Late Latin praemonitio, from Latin praemonere “to warn in advance,” from the prefix prae- “before” plus monere “to warn.”

Is Premonished a word?

verb. Inform (someone) of a possible future danger or problem; forewarn. ‘Every traveller is premonished by the oft-repeated advertisement that ‘baggage is at the risk of the owner’. ‘

Is Premotion a word?

noun. Motion or impulse given beforehand; an instance of this.

Is premonition an adverb?

In a premonitory way.