foreteller

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From foretell +‎ -er.

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foreteller (plural foretellers)

  1. Someone who foretells.
    • 2010 July 16, Laurie Winer, "Born to Check Mail" (book review of Hamlet's Blackberry by William Powers), New York Times (retrieved 24 Nov 2011):
      But Powers, a former staff writer at The Washington Post who has written extensively on media and technology, is not simply an earnest foreteller of doom.

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