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
There can be only one, goes this line of prognostication.
There was one big trade — with Jimmy Butler going from the Chicago Bulls to the Minnesota Timberwolves — but otherwise the draft played out very much like it was supposed to according to most prior prognostications.
That makes prognostication an exercise in vote counting, not legal analysis.
It’s no surprise to hear doom-and-gloom prognostications about the likelihood that Senate Republicans will pass legislation to replace the Affordable Care Act.
Console sales have in general outperformed the most buoyant analyst and pundit prognostications.
Preseason prognostications didn't include that, for good reason: the Red Sox, defending AL East champs, had added a top-flight pitcher and the Yankees were in a rebuilding cycle.
That success in turn has sprouted a cottage industry of leak-hunting and prognostication that naturally goes into overdrive before a big event like WWDC.
That still leaves us time for one more first-round prognostication, which will be freshened through the week as news dictates — such as Ohio State CB Gareon Conley's legal issues.
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Definition of prognostication for English Language Learners
: a statement about what is going to happen in the future
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