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crystal ball

noun as in fortune teller's globe or ability

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If they’d had access to a crystal ball at the time, Vox Media might have chosen a different month to launch its first party data solution, Forte.

From Digiday

Obviously, if I had a crystal ball and knew what was going to happen, there’s many things I would’ve changed.

From Ozy

Scale AI CEO Alexandr Wang doesn’t need a crystal ball to see where artificial intelligence will be used in the future.

The big question, of course, is what happens next, and none of us has a crystal ball.

From Vox

Naturally, the Cullinan includes a crystal ball that shows the future.

The two crystal ball gazers have been engaged in a running battle on Twitter, on their own websites, and in the media at large.

Doritos: Crystal Ball Year: 2009 Ad Meter Score: 8.46 Kellogg Grade: A Share Price Change: 1.88 percent 3.

Peter Lauria gazes into his crystal ball for these and more forecasts for the coming year.

“My crystal ball was set back 15 years,” Rodriguez said ruefully.

Exception: this gem of juvenile male humor, featuring a not-so-magic crystal ball.

He unrolled it, and within that again found a little crystal ball about the size of a dove's egg.

The crystal ball became as it were a ball of fire revolving within itself.

He lifted down a crystal ball on a small black polished wooden stand and handed it over.

I should like the crystal ball to show me what my husband will be like.

There was no hidden secret which that crystal ball could not tell.


On this page you'll find 125 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to crystal-ball, such as: clairvoyance, divination, envisagement, forward look, prediction, and prevenience.

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