Thesaurus / prophetic
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Around 400 BCE, Democritus declared that the cosmos is “in reality only atoms and the void,” a prophetic statement if ever there was one.

The founders considered such structures and rejected them outright, in arguments that read as prophetic today.

While Neil is looking more prophetic, for the moment, for picking the Los Angeles team that he did, the Hot Takedown crew hasn’t lost faith in LeBron James quite yet.

The Summer Of PlayoffsSarah ShachatAugust 18, 2020FiveThirtyEight

The chapter is of peculiar interest, because it is an account—the only one in the Old Testament—of the origin of a prophetic book.

Students of the prophetic word felt at the time that these agencies were coming in fulfilment of the prophecy.

Our DayW. A. Spicer

The most famous soothsayer was Melampus, who was also the first mortal endowed with prophetic powers.

She had no cultured phrase to characterize the sensation as a presentiment, but she was conscious of the prophetic process.

'way Down In Lonesome CoveCharles Egbert Craddock (AKA Mary Noailles Murfree)

The prophetic vision with which he was endowed had told him that his descendants would long flourish there.

Teutonic Mythology, Vol. 1 of 3Viktor Rydberg, Ph.D.

"I mean that you will be hanged," replied Cagliostro, seeming no more the master of his prophetic rage.

The Queen's NecklaceAlexandre Dumas pre

The man cried out in prophetic rapture, "The victory is yours, Sylla!"

The City of God, Volume IAurelius Augustine


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