fortune-teller

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORTUNE-TELLER

What frightened him most, however, was the fate of Askletarion the fortune-teller.

There is a fortune-teller in Westminster who is making little less.

If we want to see the encampment, we had better not have anything to do with the fortune-teller.

I took her with me to Tuscany—stole her from an old vixen of a fortune-teller.

And he saw no reason why he should not become a fortune-teller himself.

Tell me, Livy, has the fortune-teller given thee a pennyworth?'

I've learned to drink gin and to make a living as a fortune-teller.

The fortune-teller did not smile; she simply told him to wait.

His countenance, too, might have perplexed a fortune-teller.

Margaret had said he was not a fortune-teller, but she did not know whether to believe her.

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