astrologer

noun
as·​trol·​o·​ger | \ ə-ˈsträ-lə-jər How to pronounce astrologer (audio) \

Definition of astrologer

: a person who practices astrology

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Getty Images Kyle Thomas, astrologer at Love by Luna, gave us predictions for five of the world's most badass women on International Women's Day. Katherine J. Igoe, Marie Claire, "What Michelle Obama's Horoscope Has In Store for Her This International Women's Day," 8 Mar. 2019 Kyle Thomas, astrologer at Love by Luna, has some predictions, based on several famous couples' Zodiac signs. Katherine J. Igoe, Marie Claire, "These Celebrity Couples Will Have the Hottest Valentine's Day, According to their Zodiac Signs," 14 Feb. 2019 To create shades as individual as each star sign, Bite consulted with astrologist Tara Greene, a psychic astrologer, tarot, tea, and lipstick reader (coolest job ever? Allure, "Bite Beauty's Astrology Lipstick for Leo Is an Attention-Grabbing Glittery Gold," 19 July 2018 Over thousands of centuries, astrologers have maintained that the movement of celestial bodies has significant power over our thoughts, feelings, and yes, our bodies. Jenn Sinrich, Marie Claire, "Women Have Noticed a Strange Side Effect of Today's Solar Eclipse," 21 Aug. 2017 Chani Nicholas, the Los Angeles astrologer with a social-justice bent, has a lot to say about the synchronicity between the stars above and earthly matters below. Laura Regensdorf, Vogue, "The Best Beauty Gifts for Your Horoscope-Obsessed Friend by Astrological Sign," 13 Dec. 2018 Then the astrologer will analyze and compare the aspects (or angles) that form between the pairs of planets. refinery29.com, "We Took An Even Closer Look At Harry & Meghan's Astro Compatibility," 14 May 2018 Accordingly, when reading a birth chart, astrologers fuse these two systems together. Aliza Kelly Faragher, Allure, "The 12 Astrological Houses: Interpreting Your Birth Chart Beyond the Zodiac," 6 Oct. 2018 Diana would often call her friend, who would visit her at Buckingham Palace to cheer her up, and Sarah recommended her astrologer to Diana. Marcia Moody, Town & Country, "Inside Princess Diana's Complicated Friendship with Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York," 22 July 2018

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14th century, in the meaning defined above

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