Examples of prognostication in a Sentence
the complete fulfillment of his prognostication surprised even him
at the sight of the brooding mansion, her prognostications of ill fortune grew stronger
Recent Examples of prognostication from the Web
Donald said that because of a special elixir administered every few years, the same Phil has been doing prognostications for the past 132 years.
Dolphins cornerback Tony Lippett hasn’t heard all of the dark rankings and prognostications related to his team for the 2018 season.
Actually, Tyler Wheeler’s prognostication was right on the nose.
Then there is Orange County, a stubborn redoubt of conservatism that keeps defying prognostications that 80 years of Republican dominance will come to an end.
One of the problems with our prognostications over the past year or so has been that many of the highest-profile contests that have been contested have been ones in which the Republicans have an advantage.
Things will get complicated when last year's starter Tuf Borland returns from his Achilles injury, which could be as early as September according to optimistic prognostications.
The Mountaineers were picked to win the game by ESPN GameDay announcers Seth Greenberg and Jay Williams, who made that prognostication during the 10 a.m. GameDay special at the fieldhouse.
Now, keep in mind this prognostication was made and went to press way before Ohio State graduate transfer quarterback Joe Burrow decided to transfer to LSU.
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PROGNOSTICATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of prognostication for English Language Learners
: a statement about what is going to happen in the future
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