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The strange offseason was just the first shock to the prognosticating system.
He considered himself a prognosticator; and, what was more unfortunate, some eminent persons really thought he was.
The Mole has long been recorded as a prognosticator of change of weather, before which it becomes very active.
Two suns shone in the sky, prognosticator of still deeper frost.
THE CONQUESTEVA EMERY DYE
"My husband is a weather prognosticator," commented his wife, humorously.
THE FORGED NOTEOSCAR MICHEAUX
When the patchwork of mentalities was complete he allowed the conclusions of the prognosticator to occupy his mind.
THE HONORED PROPHETWILLIAM E. BENTLEY
The prognosticator could not lie, and soon the facade dissolved into individual reactions as acceptance became general.
THE HONORED PROPHETWILLIAM E. BENTLEY
He was a melancholy prognosticator, and has had the fate of melancholy men.
The bird, singled out for the dismal honour of being a death prognosticator, was the tawny, or screech owl.
WELSH FOLK-LOREELIAS OWEN
This pretty spotted little beetle was used formerly in the neighbourhood of Llanidloes as a prognosticator of the weather.
WELSH FOLK-LOREELIAS OWEN

WORDS RELATED TO PROGNOSTICATOR

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