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diviner

noun di·vin·er \də-ˈvī-nər\

: a person who uses special powers to predict future events

: a person who searches for water under the ground by using a special stick (called a divining rod)

Full Definition of DIVINER

1
:  a person who practices divination :  soothsayer
2
:  a person who divines the location of water or minerals

Examples of DIVINER

  1. Diviners foretold of the event.
  2. <somehow the diviner failed to foresee her own misfortunes with the law>

First Known Use of DIVINER

14th century

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