mantic[ man-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF mantic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANTIC
Nor have I meddled with the Mantic lately: nor does what you say encourage me to do so.
His mantic function does not necessarily show that he was a ghost.
Mary says he's 'mantic like, as she calls it, but I don't believe it's no sich thing.
Indeed, this word phrenetic or maniac is no reproach; it is identical with mantic --prophetic.
Meanwhile also I keep putting into shape some of that Mantic which however would never do to publish.
Garcin de Tassy tells me he has printed four thousand lines of the Mantic.
An interesting thing in the Mantic is, the stories about Mahmúd: and these are the best in the Book.
I have nearly finisht a metrical Paraphrase and Epitome of the Mantic: but you would scarce like it, and who else would?
Sprenger also mentions as one separate Book what is part of the Mantic—and main part—the Haft wady.
No one has ever poured such satire upon the mantic arts as did Rabelais in chapter twenty-five of the third book of "Pantagruel."