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synonyms for prognostics

  • ailment
  • disorder
  • malady
  • problem
  • sickness
  • affection
  • complaint
  • complex
  • diagnostics
  • infirmity
  • sign
  • symptoms
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How to use prognostics in a sentence

Atmospheric phenomena are frequent, but not infallible prognostics of an earthquake.
TRAVELS IN PERU, ON THE COAST, IN THE SIERRA, ACROSS THE CORDILLERAS AND THE ANDES, INTO THE PRIMEVAL FORESTSJ. J. VON TSCHUDI
Hence the reason of the prognostics of bad weather commonly drawn from the appearance of halos.
THE RAIN CLOUDANONYMOUS
Dr. Jenner has collected in the following amusing lines a large number of the natural prognostics of rain.
THE RAIN CLOUDANONYMOUS
From the psychologic point of view, the principal interest attaches to the mental causes of these prognostics.
CURRENT SUPERSTITIONSVARIOUS
Belief in the direct agency of superior powers in certain extraordinary or singular events, or in omens and prognostics.
THE SALEM WITCHCRAFT, THE PLANCHETTE MYSTERY, AND MODERN SPIRITUALISMHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
The day of the 6th of June was uneventful; the sky was full of snow, and the prognostics of the halo were fulfilled.
THE ENGLISH AT THE NORTH POLEJULES VERNE
The Canadian, who was not particularly pleased by these ill-omened prognostics, hastened to take leave of his croaking companion.
THE QUEEN OF THE SAVANNAHGUSTAVE AIMARD
In the midst of such prognostics and complaints; the captain of the foretop shouted the words "Sail ho!"
THE WING-AND-WINGJ. FENIMORE COOPER
But we old fellows especially, let us take the first opportune time of eating, and leave to almanac-makers hopes and prognostics.
THE ESSAYS OF MONTAIGNE, COMPLETEMICHEL DE MONTAIGNE
The prognostics of the re-action which the ministers intended to bring about were disclosed in all parts of the body politic.
MEMOIRS OF THE PRIVATE LIFE, RETURN, AND REIGN OF NAPOLEON IN 1815, VOL. IFLEURY DE CHABOULON.
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WORDS RELATED TO PROGNOSTICS

  • affection
  • ailment
  • complaint
  • complex
  • diagnostics
  • disorder
  • infirmity
  • malady
  • problem
  • prognostics
  • sickness
  • sign
  • symptoms
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