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to tell about or make known (future events) in advance, especially by means of special knowledge or inference

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The barometer is useless: it is as misleading as the newspaper forecast.
Quite congruously with the placid, erudite, quality of his culture, although, like other poets, he sings much of youth, he is often most successful in the forecast, the expression, of the humours, the considerations, that in truth are more proper to old age:--
But I would rather hope that ye shall be well received, as your poor father forecast for you, and for anything that I ken come to be a great man in time.
It was so beautiful a day that he was loth to forecast evil, yet something must perforce have happened at the cottage, and that of a decisive nature; for here was Miss M'Glashan on her travels, with a small patrimony in brown paper parcels, and the old lady's bearing implied hot battle and unqualified defeat.
Contrary to Bilibin's forecast the news he had brought was joyfully received.
So, tried by the test of appearances, Dame Dermody's confident forecast of our destinies had failed to justify itself, and had taken its place among the predictions that are never fulfilled.
It is worthy of remark that a certain speculative writer of quasi-scientific repute, writing long before the Martian inva- sion, did forecast for man a final structure not unlike the actual Martian condition.
Do you imagine that her rapid forecast and rumination concerning house-furniture and society were ever discernible in her conversation, even with her mamma?
Finally, many companies have trouble corralling the various internal sources of data needed for reliable forecasts on a regular basis.
Total steel casting shipments are expected to fall further than earlier forecasts indicated to 1.
Piggybacking on that success, researchers are now looking beyond simple El Nino predictions to forecasts of how these disturbances in the Pacific will actually disrupt weather in the United States and other parts of the globe.
LONDON -- Market Publishers Ltd informs that new in-demand Business Monitor International reports on business forecasts for various countries have been added to its catalogue.
The first step toward more insightful -- and more accurate -- business forecasts is a frank acknowledgment that the future is neither fully predictable nor an entirely blank slate.
With more than 20 offices worldwide and 200 scientists on our team, WNI collects and analyzes weather information and provides forecasts for the entire globe," said Jonathan Bell, president of WNI.
In the real world, most sales forecasts should represent a consensus opinion, with substantial input from financial, operations and top management, as well as marketing.