prognosticative


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Synonyms for prognosticative

of or relating to prediction

Synonyms for prognosticative

of or relating to prediction

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Of course, HMT had to weigh in with its own prognosticative possibilities, proffering six that span the "droll" non-tech ranks to the wacky flying car wannabes that aren't too far out to be implausible.
Bensaidi's latest film, Death for Sale, the story of three young Moroccan friends wanting a better future, is filled with a prognosticative energy.
Its prognosticative shortcomings aside, Williams's statement affirms his commitment to jettisoning his past.
Besides reinforcing the wonder of imagination's prognosticative power, the cloaking story also reiterates that getting from the imagination to its technological realization requires the raw knowledge of basic research.
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.