vaticination

[ vuh-tis-uh-ney-shuh n, vat-uh-suh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF vaticination
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The "Doctor" was by brevet or vaticination, to make the grade easier to my pocket.

If not, where was there room for marvel at Simeon's vaticination?

For which cause Apollo, the god of vaticination, was surnamed Loxias.

Its speculation can no longer be stigmatized as vaticination in vacuo, nor its results as illusory.

He was himself destined in another thirty years to prove the truth of his own vaticination.

Vaticination, if we are to believe George Eliot, is only one of the innumerable forms in which ignorance finds expression.

It is no very good symptom, either of nations or individuals, that they deal much in vaticination.

Such lore had given her mind a sombre hue, and inclined her to indulge in the practice of vaticination.

A great poet seems to require his birth in an age when there are about him great self-revelations of man, for his vaticination.

This vaticination, which loses much in the translation, I have given rather fully, as it shows an observant mind.

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