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

to tell about or make known (future events) by or as if by supernatural means

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It is not likely, therefore, that he, alone of them all, merely proclaimed things being well (that things were in good shape),(29) and we should prefer to translate 'Themistocles alone of them all foretold victory'.
Players can take on new roles as venders, or merchants in this GMT based Foretold Strife world, or participate in our live GM operated game events, including special challenge quests and the game's enormously successful soccer tournaments.
If the first chapter of my chronicle about the death of Barry foretold was called "Miserable Pete and the Dark Night of the Soul", the second much more cheerful chapter is called "Reet Petite and the Hope on the Street.
It's an amicable parting and resulted because Jeremy hasn't been very lucky for Mr Nielsen, while it was thought that, because Pretence and Foretold have decent
The Vatican did lift the secrecy during a visit by the Pope to Fatima, Portugal, two years ago, saying it foretold the shooting of John Paul in 1981.
The researchers found that summer weather foretold how much rain and snow would pelt the Cascades the following winter.
In 2002, when Samsung foretold the dramatic shift in storage mediums, market forecasts for NAND predicted a mere US$1.
But my personal favourite is his Chronicle Of A Death Foretold," I said to my friend, just to rub it in.
In a sense, I suppose, Belloc foretold his own fate when, as a young man, he wrote:
In an essay entitled "Sex and Sensibility," in the May 27, 1997 issue of The Advocate, Kramer foretold and lamented the wholesale plunge into promiscuity celebrated by Sheppard.
In the months before the May 2000 lineup, some thought it foretold widespread catastrophe, but none happened.
Officials said the sec-ret, based on visions reported by three children in Fatima, Portugal, in 1917, foretold the 1981 attempt on Pope John Paul II's life.
Home-owners, consumers and financial markets will all feel the consequences of the bubble bursting, though whether the outcome is renewed inflation or deflation cannot yet be foretold.
MEMPHIS - If there was a beginning to the Lakers' midseason madness, a flashpoint that foretold the dreary winter, it was here, in a city that sings the blues and sometimes dishes them out.
First of all, he directs his readers often to the Old Testament prophecies, so that we can see for ourselves that what has been spoken of, or has just happened, fulfils what had long been foretold.