chiromancer


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chi·ro·man·cy

 (kī′rə-măn′sē)
n.
Palmistry.

chi′ro·man′cer n.
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Noun1.chiromancer - fortuneteller who predicts your future by the lines on your palmschiromancer - fortuneteller who predicts your future by the lines on your palms
fortune teller, fortuneteller - a person who foretells your personal future
Translations

chiromancer

[ˈkaɪərəmænsəʳ] Nquiromántico/a m/f, quiromante mf

chiromancer

nChiromant(in) m(f)
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necromantic reader of omens, chiromancer, a judiciary astrologer .
1] The author was unknown to me and, though I, like everyone else, am naturally curious about "the magic of love," neither he nor his treatise -- to be perfectly frank -- would have retained my attention had it not been for the continuation of the title, which read: "It will be shown how Love is a metaphysician, a natural physicist, an astrologer, a musician, a geometrist, an arithmetician, a grammarian, a dialectician, an orator, a poet, a historiographer," and so on for a total of thirty-nine designations comprising love as an agriculturist, a wool manufacturer, an architect, a glass maker, a necromancer, a chiromancer, and a prognosticator.
So how should we judge Montaigne's approach when, in order to discredit astrology and human reason, he uses an argument which in fact asks us to admit the validity of the practices of "those who tell us tall stories, such as alchemists and those who make prognostications: judicial, astrologers, chiromancers, doctors and 'id genus omne'" (The Complete Essays 242)?