Thesaurus / oracular
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I suppose I remembered it for its oracular sound, and because I was not intended to listen.

The Heir of RedclyffeCharlotte M. Yonge

As regards your oracular distinction between the two styles, I am not sure I quite understand you.

The Country HouseAlexis de Chteauneuf and Sir Charles Lock Eastlake

They were oracular temples of the Sun; which in aftertimes were called Petra, and ascribed to other Gods.

In a few minutes there was silence in the hut, save for the oracular breathing of Prince Levis and the sparks from the fire.

A voice reached to them from the innermost recess—a voice which intoned, a voice which was oracular.

The SummonsA.E.W. Mason

These towers were oracular temples; and Hesychius expressly says, Αφητορεια, μαντεια.

Now Cicero, full of hope in his course to a political career, had his ardour dulled by an oracular answer.

Look here, then, just do me an enigmatical and oracular article that can be read either way.

The place derived all its lustre originally from the oracular temple of Olympian Jove.

Herodotus gives more than seventy examples of oracular responses, dreams and portents which he affirms were literally fulfilled.

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