predictor[ pri-dik-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF predictor
Synonyms for predictor
- tea-leaf reader
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREDICTOR
He was a predictor, using his occult gift of second sight to foreknow events and tell The Leader about them.
But whether he has not been the cause of this poor man's death, as well as the predictor, may be very reasonably disputed.
And here we return again to take a new survey of him in the course of his public practice as a predictor.
Hooker indeed seemed to have done what no predictor of events should do; he fixed on the period of its accomplishment.
1650s, from Medieval Latin praedictor, agent noun from praedicere (see predict). Statistical sense is from 1950.