prognostication

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From Old French pronosticacion, from Medieval Latin prognosticatio

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prognostication (plural prognostications)

  1. A statement about or prior knowledge of the future.
    • 1837, The Dublin University Magazine
      She could have joined most comfortably in all their supposings, and suspicions, and doubts, and prognostications, but the honour of the family was too nearly concerned to allow free reins to her tongue.

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