Examples of prophecy in a Sentence
The prophecies of the author have all come true.
She has the gift of prophecy.
Recent Examples of prophecy from the Web
Chen Wu, an associate professor of finance at the University of Texas at Tyler, said that the price of bitcoin is becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The blood moon marked the beginning of a tetrad — four consecutive and complete lunar eclipses occurring at six-month intervals — which some see as a prophecy.
On the show, Cersei receives a prophecy from Maggy the Frog as a child.
Blindness, in Western art, has often signified some kind of deeper sight, such as prophecy.
In the books, Daenerys recieved a prophecy in Qarth that said she would be betrayed three times: once for blood, once for gold, and once for love.
Aggressive pricing and sales projections are all part of the seemingly self-fulfilling prophecy of rapid EV adoption.
There’s a shouted conversation about the prophecy, the 200-year-old baby, and the Abandawe cave.
Like September 11, which followed several decades of morbid American fantasies about the World Trade Center, the brushfires that began last week north of Santa Paula look to a horrified public like a climate prophecy, made in fear, now made real.
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Origin and Etymology of prophecy
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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