forecast[ fawr-kast, -kahst, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forecast
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORECAST
A physician's forecast of the disease by the patient's pulse and purse.
Was there anything in the forecast of the night that made him falter?
But I knew 'twas Beriah's forecast or he wouldn't have been so sure of it.
By her own desire she passed it quietly, and had leisure to review and to forecast.
This forecast may seem to be of a highly conjectural nature.
As “Cobbler” Horn looked at his cousin, he knew that he was not mistaken in his forecast.
He justified her forecast; it was minutes before he spoke again.
The events of the afternoon, indeed, did not promise favorably for my forecast.
But when the second growth begun to show up red she had to revise her forecast.
In the past it has been an armory of platitudes or a forecast of punishments.