fortuneteller

[ fawr-chuh n-tel-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF fortuneteller
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They were a sort of cross between the bard and the fortuneteller.

She was a fortuneteller and she wanted to tell me my fortune.

Nevertheless, however blind and lying is the fortuneteller's art, it may yet hit home once in a thousand times.

A fortuneteller with cards gives one the same shock of surprise.

WORD ORIGIN

also fortune-teller, 1580s, from fortune + teller. Verbal phrase tellen fortune is from early 15c.

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