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pro·phet·ic

 (prə-fĕt′ĭk) also pro·phet·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of, belonging to, or characteristic of a prophet or prophecy: prophetic books.
2. Foretelling events as if by divine inspiration: casual words that proved prophetic.

pro·phet′i·cal·ly adv.
pro·phet′i·cal·ness n.
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prophetic

(prəˈfɛtɪk) or

prophetical

adj
1. of or relating to a prophet or prophecy
2. containing or of the nature of a prophecy; predictive
proˈphetically adv
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pro•phet•ic

(prəˈfɛt ɪk)

also pro•phet′i•cal,



adj.
1. of or pertaining to a prophet.
2. of the nature of or containing prophecy: prophetic writings.
3. having the function or powers of a prophet, as a person.
4. predictive; ominous: prophetic signs.
pro•phet′i•cal•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.prophetic - foretelling events as if by supernatural intervention; "prophetic writings"; "prophetic powers"; "words that proved prophetic"
unprophetic - not prophetic; not foreseeing correctly
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prophetic

adjective predictive, foreshadowing, presaging, prescient, divinatory, oracular, sibylline, prognostic, mantic, vatic (rare), augural, fatidic (rare) This ominous warning soon proved prophetic.
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prophetic

also prophetical
adjective
Of or relating to the foretelling of events by or as if by supernatural means:
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Translations
تَنَبُّئي، تَكَهُّني، نَبَوي
prorocký
proročanski
prófétai
spá-, spádóms-
prorocký
preroški
kâhince

prophetic

[prəˈfetɪk] ADJprofético
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prophetic

[prəʊˈfɛtɪk] adjprophétique
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prophetic

adj, prophetically
advprophetisch
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prophetic

[prəˈfɛtɪk] adjprofetico/a
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prophecy

(ˈprofəsi) plural ˈprophecies noun
1. the power of foretelling the future.
2. something that is foretold. He made many prophecies about the future.
ˈprophesy (-sai) verb
to foretell. He prophesied (that there would be) another war.
ˈprophet (-fit) feminine ˈprophetess noun
1. a person who (believes that he) is able to foretell the future.
2. a person who tells people what God wants, intends etc. the prophet Isaiah.
proˈphetic (-ˈfe-) adjective
proˈphetically adverb

prophecy is a noun: Her prophecy (not prophesy) came true.
prophesy is a verb: to prophesy (not prophecy) the future.
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