prognostication

[ prog-nos-ti-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF prognostication

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROGNOSTICATION

The doctor's prognostication in reference to the weather was speedily verified.

It was in the hands of God, and prognostication could only be vain and unprofitable.

The prognostication of my friend had proved emphatically false.

“Edna will be all right with me to-morrow,” she said to herself; and she was right in her prognostication.

And it was not long before their prognostication was verified.

Time only can show whether there is any truth in this prognostication.

All three now looked through the hole to test the truth of the prognostication.

Numerous swims in that lake have weakened this prognostication.

What has he done which justifies so melancholy a prognostication?

This prognostication, it appears, caused Durand Lassois to reflect.

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