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
The prognostications of gloom after the sale of Neymar have perhaps been a little hasty.
Early prognostications have Dobbs leaning everywhere but Michigan.
Reading the Kennedy tea leaves is always a challenge, and his performance at oral argument will present more fodder for prognostication.
Franklin included a wonderfully funny section in his almanac for 1735, making light of his competitors who did offer astrological prognostications.
The Robin Hood conference is an annual event where about 1,000 investors pay as much as $7,500 each for two days of talks by a dozen of the best brains in finance, with speakers offering specific stock tips and general prognostications.
Most national prognostications predict the Pelicans to miss the playoffs in the Western Conference.
This marks Northern Kentucky’s third year in the Horizon League and, in each of the previous two seasons the Norse exceeded the preseason prognostications.
For over two decades, Lev Alburt has been teaching strategy, patience, and prognostication to the finest in finance.
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First Known Use of prognostication
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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