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Verb(1) make a prediction about; tell in advance(2) indicate, as with a sign or an omen
(1) What makes it worse is that these transient events are then used to prognosticate the future.(2) He does not prognosticate on those things, although they are already important.(3) The astronomical clock served not only to regularly imitate the natural motion of the sun and the heavens but also to prognosticate state affairs.(4) The grade, size and depth of the sarcomas are the important factors to prognosticate the disease.(5) Although doctors commonly have to prognosticate , most feel uncomfortable doing so.(6) At this stage it is impossible to prognosticate whether these issues will be satisfactorily settled over the next years and decades or whether they will lead to a new era of discord and disintegration.(7) Rather than reminisce or prognosticate , I thought I'd toss out my list of Web service needs in the form of a holiday wish list.(8) The ability of predictors of survival to prognosticate in individual patients is, of course, limited.(9) Unlike many critics of genetic engineering who prognosticate a world where only perfection will be tolerated and individuality extinct, Ackroyd and Harvey's work admits to its own flawed and in-progress science.(10) This hypothesis should be re-examined and verified in a much larger cohort before it is used to prognosticate and manage patients.(11) Was I being asked to prognosticate or to state my own desire?(12) A common lament among those who like to prognosticate about America's future is that China and India are churning out more and better engineering students than the U.S., which presages their rise to superpowerdom.(13) It is too difficult to prognosticate how powerful the president will or won't be.(14) This is the most compelling matchup of the third round and the most difficult to prognosticate .(15) So let's move it over to the soothsayer, the prognosticator of right field there at Fenway Park.(16) These issues prognosticated by Roth in 1969 turned out to have both a long-term and short-term impact.
1. forecast ::
2. betoken ::
3. forebode ::
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