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Synonyms for palmist

fortuneteller who predicts your future by the lines on your palms

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Palmist Building (Summer), Havana Junction, Alabama.
Those who practice palmistry are generally called palmists, palm readers, hand readers, hand analysts, or chirologists.
The resort also employs a palmist and astrologer for guest use, noting that ancient rulers in the region were fascinated by star alignments and fortunetelling.
The girls on the extreme right all have elaborate ringlets in their hair but whether the older woman with the spotted dress is the Royal Gipsy Palmist advertised on the board is not known.
lifted its hand away I saw the blood-print, like a palmist's
I had been working on potential ice-breakers en route to the caravan (my name is Palmer, you're a palmist, etc) but Zara was a friendly sort in her late 30s and we immediately got on like the proverbial caravan on fire.
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime Malvern Festival Theatre A young aristocrat is so impressed by a palmist's prediction that he will commit a murder that he decides to take fate by the horns and sacrifice a relative before marrying his fiancee.
It was the first time I was seeing her since she moved to Seattle exactly a year ago (I moved to Dubai a few months after) and, five minutes into our excited chatter, she reminded me of a time, 10 years ago, when the two of us had consulted an aeamateurAE palmist.
She was seven or eight, and she and Dad were waiting for her mother, who had some faintly embarrassing errand, a palmist or an acupuncturist.
The diminutive Daniel Borson is brilliantly cast as the palmist Mr.
After the bingo, candy floss and barf-inducing rides we notice Palmist James in his tent.
She was a numerologist and palmist. She was having difficulties in getting the palm prints of distinguished scientists and philosophers needed for an illustrated book on palmistry that she was writing.