Thesaurus / divining

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But as if divining her intention, the elders gathered in an accusing squad in front of her.

It is supposed that very few persons can use the divining rod effectually; for most men it refuses to turn.

They were printed on a yellow-tinted paper, and when issued were accompanied by a small book of rules for their use in divining.

Prophetical, Educational and Playing CardsMrs. John King Van Rensselaer

"I am old and I have seen many sorrows," said Gabriel Druse, divining what was in her mind.

Rand was quick at divining men, and now he thought, "This man would make a tireless enemy."

Lewis RandMary Johnston

Onomancy, Onomamancy, or Onomatomancy, was the art of divining the good or bad fortune of man from the letters of his name.

But none suggested itself; and indeed, as if divining her thought, he put the crumpled sheet in his pocket.

The bird, divining the presence of intruders, ceased his song.

The TorrentVicente Blasco Ibaez

It was upon these two that Browning's divining imagination fastened.

Robert BrowningC. H. Herford

Dr. Hutton, the geologist, is quoted as a witness of her success in the search for water with the divining rod.

Custom and MythAndrew Lang

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