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For their soothsaying they received money, gold rings, and other precious things.
Every charlatan who pretended to some new secret of soothsaying was welcomed by him.
SERMONSJ. B. LIGHTFOOT
Both in the Old Testament and in the New we find magic, witchcraft, and soothsaying constantly referred to as realities.
His house was really a place of illicit meeting, and the soothsaying was often but an excuse for going there.
I say by stealth; because his ostensible occupation of soothsaying and fortune-telling was not his only business.
It is equally true that the large proportion of persons who visited Grouche made his soothsaying an excuse.
Well, I do not mind taking soothsaying from you, if you had soothsaying for me, and you would be willing to do it.
Well, the soothsaying I wanted was that you would tell me my lot or what will happen to me, if you can give me knowledge of it.
The practice of soothsaying, or fortune-telling, was common among the Jews at the beginning of this period.
THE CHAUTAUQUAN, VOL. III, FEBRUARY 1883THE CHAUTAUQUAN LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC CIRCLE
They, when they are full of the spirit of soothsaying, having eaten of the wan honey, delight to speak forth the truth.

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