forecaster[ fawr-kast, -kahst, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forecaster
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORECASTER
"It might be safe, but I wouldn't advise it," answered the Forecaster.
He started off up the levee, but the Forecaster called him back.
In spite of himself, the Forecaster's glance fell on the crutch.
The Forecaster checked his mule and let the boys come up to him.
"Probably your lower kite is in gusts," the Forecaster answered.
The Forecaster took a pencil and an envelope out of his pocket.
For answer, the Forecaster smiled and turned to another one.
"Hundreds of thousands of people do," the Forecaster replied.
The other nodded and turned to the Forecaster, who continued.
The natural and indeed necessary complement to the priest as exorciser is the priest as the forecaster of the future.