Recent Examples of crystal ball from the Web
Your face is a crystal ball to what is happening to you internally.
The problem is that no one has a crystal ball, said Peter V. Lee, the executive director of Covered California, the state health insurance marketplace created under the Affordable Care Act.
And while other crystals on Ferren's dining room table were grown in a laboratory, the crystal ball is natural.
L’Engle’s Happy Medium is a woman with a crystal ball.
No one needs a crystal ball to know what will come of all this: Nothing.
The Buckeyes are currently trending in the 247Sports crystal ball for five-star offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere and four-star linebacker Javontae Jean-Baptiste.
There are no tarot cards, no crystal ball and no palm reading in this New Orleans psychic's office.
Correction: This article originally incorrectly stated that the cloudy vision in the aging suit was meant to simulate glaucoma and that Ferren's crystal ball was grown in a laboratory.
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Definition of crystal ball for English Language Learners
: a clear glass ball in which some people say they can see the future by using magic
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