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Many of Q’s prophecies had been kicked down the road to the inauguration.

QAnon’s followers have faced failed prophecies before, but last week appeared to be the movement’s most severe breaking point.

At some point, it merely becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy to examine these questions.

He’s not playing to fulfill a prophecy whispered to him since he was a teenager.

We cannot afford for the next generation of climate justice leaders’ dread to become a self-fulfilling prophecy.

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“Instead of me fulfilling my prophecy,” he said, “I have to start one,” and that was a lot of pressure.

His prophecy kicked off a vertiginous frenzy of doomsaying, and he was thrown in jail by fearful Bolognese officials.

It was a self-fulfilling prophecy, a feedback loop of rational and irrational fears.

NB: Prophecy is the key source of mystery and danger in our books.

The Prime Minister shut it down with a biblical prophecy, first spoken in English then in Hebrew.

That the whole people will, in gospel times, be united in such a relation the voice of prophecy would seem to indicate.

A prophecy of the desolation of Moab for their pride: but their captivity shall at last be released.

From the use of a term employed in prophecy in reference to the waters of the sea, this, moreover, appears.

The whole adult population of the United States are witnesses of the fulfillment of this prophecy.

Prophecy declares, indeed, the purposes of God, but specially the carrying of them into effect in individual cases.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prophecy, such as: apocalypse, prognostication, revelation, augury, cast, and divination.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.