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noun as in astrological forecast

Strongest match

Strong match

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Greene also notes the importance, especially for Gen Zs and younger Millennials, of establishing a digital identity—which personalized app-based horoscopes and personality readings like The Pattern can help shape.

From Time

Fox, 35, typically begins her day with tarot cards and reading her horoscope.

She consulted an astrologer and demanded that the president’s staff schedule him around horoscope predictions.

These typologies most resemble horoscopes, in the sense that it can’t be very hard to recognize yourself – or your children – at least partially in any of them.

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The space agency started by clarifying that astronomy and astrology are in no way the same field and practice, then dove into a mathematical breakdown of why a 13th sign wouldn’t really change people’s horoscope charts.

Listen: when I was young my father had the astrologers of the king of Seville's court cast my horoscope.

In other words, he had cast her horoscope, a proceeding common enough in those days, and one which had no treasonable complexion.

When his queen, Catherine of France, was about to be confined, he himself cast the horoscope of the expected child.

He motioned to them, and they, thinking that the horoscope was to be given, galloped once more to the tent.

It was written in thy horoscope that a Red Bull on a green field—I have not forgotten—should bring thee to honour.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to horoscope, such as: astrology, prediction, and crystal gazing.

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