nostradamus

[ nos-truh-dey-muh s, -dah-, noh-struh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF nostradamus

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The explanation of Guinaud is, perhaps, more striking than the lines of Nostradamus.

Such was the case with Nostradamus; who, in spite of himself, was made a prophet.

Monte (Agricola de) on Nostradamus on the gold diggings, 105.

Nostradamus also appeared with his prophecies of blood for the little princess.

One of the most celebrated of the astrologers who was under her patronage was Nostradamus.

And, of course, he's about a century late for me, but there was Nostradamus.

Nostradamus also, more than a century before, is said to have foretold the very year of the burning.

The prophecy of Nostradamus might have its complete fulfilment if only a kingdom could be found for Alenon.

The prophesies of Nostradamus, like those of Merlin, are now nothing more than a literary curiosity.

The system of Nostradamus was partly original; but grafted upon several others.

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