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

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27) Though Montaigne's writing on dreams is less likely to have been part of the early seventeenth-century theatergoer's constellation of associations with dreams than the medical, divine, and prognosticatory explanations for them, even after the publication of John Florio's English translation of the Essayes in 1603, the French philosopher's writing did directly influence Shakespeare.
The second is "clear light dreams," which bring energy openings, prognosticatory dreams and omens, and spiritual visions and blessings.
At many points in her descriptions of individual recipes, charms, prognosticatory items, uroscopies, treatises on bloodlettings, and larger clusters of such material, Schmidt's undoubted expertise enables her to offer improved bibliographical accounts of the convoluted textual histories witnessed by some of the relevant Gonville and Caius items.
After defining opposing arguments in a way that proves the correctness of his viewpoint, he reasons that "If Bush's critics don't admit catastrophic prognosticatory failure .
Then again, when is it ever in a CEO's interest to go out on a prognosticatory limb?