divination

[ div-uh-ney-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF divination

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIVINATION

Second sight is the term that is used for the divination of the highlanders.

Knight, Andrew:—On the divination of flowers, 108;theory of cross-fertilization, 115.

Etruria furnished the people of Romulus with the science of divination.

It could not have been a divination, therefore it must have been some obscure phenomenon of memory.

Nobody ever heard of even numbers in any case of divination.

It is to be hoped that nothing worse than divination is intended.

I had a positive aversion to all pretenders to "divination."

He is believed to be very clever in divination, and to be the patron of waters.

Other parts of the animal bodies also were employed in divination.

The first of these lines is magic, the second is divination.

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