fortune-telling


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fortune-telling

[ˈfɔːtʃənˌtelɪŋ] Nadivinación f

fortune-telling

[ˈfɔːtʃənˌtɛlɪŋ] nchiromanzia
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Cut away again,' said the boy, 'and give us a fortune-telling one; a future one.
Give us a touch of the fortune-telling pictures about me.
A certain person had an aunt, who boasted of particular skill in fortune-telling with cards, and who was constantly being stormed by persons that wanted to have a peep into futurity.
Tess, being left alone with the younger children, went first to the outhouse with the fortune-telling book, and stuffed it into the thatch.
Till then we shall go on harassing him with our suit; for we fear no man, and care neither for him, with all his fine speeches, nor for any fortune-telling of yours.
Yes: tell HIM where he come from if you want to go fortune-telling.
These would be hanging on the outskirts of a wide circle of people assembled round some itinerant juggler, opposed, in his turn, by a noisy band of music, or the classic game of 'Ring the Bull,' while ventriloquists holding dialogues with wooden dolls, and fortune-telling women smothering the cries of real babies, divided with them, and many more, the general attention of the company.
As the economy slows down, the fortune-telling houses also suffer a recession, but there is a tendency where the number of spiritual practitioners also increases," said Jo Sung-je, head of the Institute of Mucheon Culture, who researched shamanism for 30 years.
More fortune-telling classes are opening and more people are using fortune-telling apps and reading related books.
One of our college friends had an aunt who was one with a reliable reputation, but I tried to be conscious of the thin line between fortune-telling and the occult.
In this graphic memoir, Fitzgerald paints a lively childhood full of sleepovers, amateur fortune-telling and watching scary movies.
Esma and her family are Romani, traveling to rural areas of Mexico where they make a living by way of a pop-up cinema and fortune-telling.