foreteller


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fore·tell

 (fôr-tĕl′)
tr.v. fore·told (-tōld′), fore·tell·ing, fore·tells
To tell of or indicate beforehand; predict.

fore·tell′er n.
Synonyms: foretell, augur, divine, prophesy
These verbs mean to tell about something beforehand by or as if by supernatural means: foretelling the future; augured a scandal; divined the enemy's victory; prophesying a stock-market boom. See Also Synonyms at predict.
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foreteller

noun
A person who foretells future events by or as if by supernatural means:
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The partnership will see Stena RoRo chartering the roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) vessel STENA FORETELLER to Mann Lines.
Someone has to become the foreteller of the future, and they start leading people toward it.
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The source added that a man put his 5 years old nephew in a bag and threw him in the river to end his (the man's) bad luck caused by the child and prevented him from getting married, as a foreteller witch told him to do.
Did he have advance knowledge, was it a pie-in-the-sky, never-donna-happen wild guess, or is he a wise foreteller of the future?
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I say your being" (253)--to Anchises, but to some confluence of her poet and herself: "It was all the words of the poet, the words of the maker, the foreteller, the truth teller: nothing more, nothing less.