Examples of prophetic in a Sentence
the prophetic books of the Old Testament
in retrospect, those lower-than-expected sales numbers were a prophetic indicator of the financial trouble the company would soon be in
Recent Examples of prophetic from the Web
In the play The Twilight Zone, the scene is one of the few moments that the show feels prophetic rather than anachronistic, potent rather than preposterous.
These disaster artists are dominating not only politics but, worse, our pop culture, which acts as the prophetic entrails of our country’s cultural and social future.
This advice is quite prophetic for our New Orleans Saints, who have prospered despite a banged up defensive secondary.
But Sessions' hearing wasn't enough to distract from the bigger news of the week: a BuzzFeed dossier dump and a contentious news conference, both ludicrous—and both prophetic.
Periodically, Governor Jerry Brown, in prophetic Old Testament style, offers rebukes of President Donald Trump, as Brown tours the globe as commander in chief of California.
The connections Witkiewicz draws among diverse subjects—not to mention his ability to deflate them all—is at once grim, silly, and prophetic.
Indeed, recasting Maura Pfefferman could turn Tambor's own words into a form of prophetic karma.
The two boys were in awe of the surroundings on pit road when Busch winked at them and gave a prophetic word.
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