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The second message predicts the end which was to come upon the four corners of the land.
THE PROPHET EZEKIELARNO C. GAEBELEIN
He predicts that 'our load will be increased,' and that there will be a greater demand for economy.
Winschenk, the director of this little box of a theatre, predicts a great pecuniary success.
The Saint, coming in sight of Canterbury, rejoices greatly, and predicts the future greatness of that city.
He believes that something in the climate affects the nasal organs; he predicts it for me, and I suppose for all of us.'
CEDAR CREEKELIZABETH HELY WALSHE
Jeremiah predicts the punishment of the Jewish prophets at Babylon.
Here He most plainly predicts that a day of judgment is to come.
THE CITY OF GOD, VOLUME IIAURELIUS AUGUSTINE
The first verse of this chapter predicts some relief of the former sufferings of the people for their sins.
Everybody predicts a beautiful life from a good-doing young woman.
This is indeed necessary, since the resulting proposition predicts verifiable facts in the rough.

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION