nativities[ nuh-tiv-i-tee, ney- ]SEE DEFINITION OF nativities
Synonyms for nativities
- blast off
- day one
- early stage
- git go
- square one
- starting point
Antonyms for nativities
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NATIVITIES
He had favored his friends with not a few horoscopes and nativities, when pressed to do so.
He knew all there was to know about them, their nativities and their antecedents.
In men's nativities the Moon must be chiefly considered in regard to marriage.
Both his Florentine "Nativities" are as awkward and clumsy in design as could be.
Arch-genethliac: a genethliac is a calculator of nativities—an astrologer.
We are astronomers, and know the mystery of the heavens and the nativities.
Spells and enchantments, conjurations, calculations of nativities, were matters earnestly investigated at Universities and Courts.
In nativities, they seem to consider them as indices; but, in horary questions, as causes.
The two nuns might be missing between the Nativities, and be found at last with a child seated between them.
For the determination of future events, omens were studied, entrails inspected, and nativities were cast.