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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This inverted yield curve has historically been a foreteller of upcoming recession.
As an architect, it's my role to play foreteller and somewhat predict which trends will come into fruition so I can understand the evolving needs of clients, and design accordingly to suit their lifestyle.
It is mentioned in it that the bad time is a foreteller of good days.
It's theorized that this hidden creature may be a fox in honor of the Foreteller named Ava from Kingdom Hearts 2.8.
Multiple Australian Group One winner Foreteller features in her family tree and as a daughter of Dansili, hopes will surely be high for the John Gosden-trained filly.
I am hopeful the killers will be arrested soon but I am not a Faqir (foreteller), so that I may tell exact date, Qaim said.
And whoever pronounces the ego hale and holy and selfishness blessed, indeed, he tells what he knows, this foreteller: 'Look, it is coming, it is near, the great noon!'" (Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for All and None, loc.3229-3237)
Someone has to become the foreteller of the future, and they start leading people toward it.
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Journalists are in fierce competition to be the best foreteller and to be the first to break the news, even at the expense of credibility.