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Synonyms for soothsayer

Synonyms for soothsayer

a person who foretells future events by or as if by supernatural means

Synonyms for soothsayer

someone who makes predictions of the future (usually on the basis of special knowledge)

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When asked to explain what went wrong, the soothsayer replied that he had guided Rajapakse to victory twice before, and 'two out of three' wasn't a bad record.
Nevertheless, he is still working and comes to the city with The Soothsayers, a band with quite a pedigree themselves.
The demand for fortune tellers was illustrated - yet again - after it emerged that clairvoyants, soothsayers, fortune-tellers and astrologers with special powers have reported revenues worth hundreds of thousands of levs at the National Revenue agency.
An Ethiopian spirit guide, body-language experts, clairvoyants, mediums, tarot-card readers, astrologers and sundry soothsayers have all drawn a blank, too.
When will these soothsayers realise for the grid to guarantee that there is power whenever we need it - 79 per cent of what they made available each day is never used?
Planning to keep the developing world as an underclass is a far more dangerous option than any of the scenarios painted by the environmental soothsayers.
Aviation soothsayers have been foreseeing a future with fewer, but bigger, airlines.
Induce soothsayers in your area to cast Hitler's horoscope and to prophesy mysterious downfall for Hitler this year.
The Grand Cafe is hosting a session by the Soothsayers.
Californian cops wanted to regulate the fortune-telling industry by requiring soothsayers, Tarot card readers and psychics to obtain Government approval.
But as the soothsayers love to say about our beloved toy department, sport, "America, America, God shed His grace on thee," a real American hero emerged from that mess cooked up by the two coaches.
Besides Phil, today's soothsayers include sportscasters, stock market observers, meteorologists, economists and, sad to say, a few silver-tongued CEOs.
This is in spite of the huge prevalence of soothsayers, clairvoyants, and lifestyle gurus to Cherie Blair, in our society.
More devotional than scholarly, God-Sent attempts to win over believers to the cause of Marian piety: "And those who seek solace in New Age gurus and high-tech soothsayers will be better served if they turn to Mary of the Magnificat, who was once God-chosen and is now Godsent," (1).