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By the mid-1900s, palmistry was fully integrated within American pop culture.
Within palmistry, this region of the hand corresponds with an individual's optimism, vitality, and essence.
Being hosted at the British Library meant the exhibition featured some amazing books — on palmistry, tea leaf reading and, of course, witches.
Most of the palmistry literature sucks,’’ Seltman says.)
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PALMISTRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of palmistry for English Language Learners
: the art or activity of looking at the lines on the palms of people's hands and telling them what will happen to them in the future
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