prophetical[ pruh-fet-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF prophetical
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROPHETICAL
It assumes to be prophetical, and its utterances are oracular.
Our prophetical meeting this November was one of the most delightful hours I ever knew.
But I was quite confirmed in the exposition at the Prophetical.
Most of his other books relate to the prophetical writings of the old patriarchs.
Their oracles were by word of mouth, dreams, visions, and prophetical sayings.
This was not the only prophetical light, which Xavier had in the isle of Sancian.
With this chapter the prophetical part of the Apocalypse begins.
A concise notice of his prophetical achievements is subjoined.
Jacob's prophetical blessings of his twelve sons: his death.
The time, and the calling, of Jeremias: his prophetical visions.