seeress

noun
seer·​ess | \ˈsir-əs, ˈsē-ər-əs\

Definition of seeress 

: a woman who predicts events or developments : prophetess

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Luckily, Deborah Hanekamp, seeress, shaman, and founder of Mama Medicine, says that the most spiritually significant plants for the solstice are also some of the most common. refinery29.com, "The 3 Plants You Need To Welcome Summer," 20 June 2018

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First Known Use of seeress

1845, in the meaning defined above

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