Thesaurus / prognosticate
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When I heard these words I did prognosticate my miserie to come.

The Golden AsseLucius Apuleius

Nevertheless, reasoning a priori, there are some features we may prognosticate.

Wanderings in IrelandMichael Myers Shoemaker

To prognosticate medically according to this system a circle of numerals was required in the first place.

It would be puerile to prognosticate what will happen, and not less puerile, perhaps, to describe it from what has happened.

The Uprising of a Great PeopleCount Agnor de Gasparin

You have experienced lately something more than I prognosticate.

If your enemies be fighting, while you sit still or sleep, it is easy to prognosticate who will have the victory.

If the fowl eats the rice they prognosticate a good harvest, and if not the reverse.

Sarah was there to point out and exaggerate all his faults and to prognosticate mischief.

If Gnats swarm in the summer in globular masses, it is supposed to prognosticate a storm.

It has even been said, that the sagacity of some dogs has led them to prognosticate the fatal termination of disease.

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