presage (v.) 2
predict, forecast
3H6 V.i.71 [Edward to Richard] My mind presageth happy gain and conquest
JC V.i.78 [Cassius to Messala] I ... partly credit things that do presage
MV I.i.175 [Bassanio to Antonio, of wooing Portia] I have a mind presages me such thrift / That I should questionless be fortunate
RJ V.i.2 [Romeo alone] My dreams presage some joyful news at hand