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
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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.
Despite the theatrics, the Republicans' political prognostications in 1993 were right.
Such are the pronouncements, prognostications and thunderings of a blizzard of annual reports issued this time of year by a cottage industry of trend-spotters.
More recently, some of those prognostications are changing as Mueller's team continues to bring back witnesses for follow-up interviews, and in some cases for testimony before a Washington, DC, grand jury.
The Giants are, perhaps, the most difficult team to forecast in the top 5, and the prognostications only grew more difficult after today’s trade that sent the Giants’ star pass rusher Jason Pierre-Paul to Tampa Bay.
Also in the movie, Murray and MacDowell drink to world peace; so after the prognostication, the community offers an early morning toast to world peace.
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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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