prognosticative


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Related to prognosticative: undependable
  • adj

Synonyms for prognosticative

of or relating to prediction

Synonyms for prognosticative

of or relating to prediction

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Actually, it doesn't take any inside information or peerless prognosticative ability to realize that there's a political campaign in Stephen's short-term future.
Although Virginia's birth certificate boldly announces that she was "born of fornication" (Galileo also had two other illegitimate children), Galileo's prognosticative reading of his daughter's character is as accurate as his eventual detection of Jupiter's moons or of the motions of the earth.
Obviously, even a vast network of PCs has its prognosticative limits, so no one can say for sure whether any unit could ever generate enough power to devise a storyline for an acceptable Shaquille O'Neal movie.
As Gene Brown points out in his invaluable book Show Time, Champion's next show was to have been the eerily prognosticative Sayonara
I would like to know where Wilner's writing career will be buried (from his Cotton Bowl prediction, "I'll go to the grave believing the Ducks were the best team in the Pac-10 this year") so I can lay a copy of his column next to his headstone along with a single rose (this would be from the Rose Bowl where Wilner called USC being the favorite "another silly spread" and picked Northwestern) to honor his less-than-distinguished prognosticative abilities.