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adjective as in estimated

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  • approximated

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Example Sentences

In Rome, he writes, the chicken “predicted the outcome of battles.”

I would have never predicted when I saw Cheers that Woody Harrelson was going to be one of the great actors of this generation.

We are currently in the sixth, which is predicted to be the worst, and, to make matters worse, we are the cause.

Nobody could have predicted what would happen next—that most of our reporters would get up and leave, too.

Ralston predicted instead a Cabinet post in a Republican administration or a federal judgeship for Sandoval.

Many had predicted that Robert would devote himself to Mrs. Pontellier when he arrived.

The assurance that a fact of Covenanting is predicted is a substantial argument for its lawfulness.

Unless the squire means doing something for him, his fortune is what I have predicted.

Her astrological council, then composed of Nostradamus and the two Ruggieri, had already predicted to her the death of the king.

As Carry predicted, their three attendants worked their way, between the wheels and the people, to where they sat.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to predicted, such as: null, guessed at, and likely.

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