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Synonyms for prophetical

foretelling events as if by supernatural intervention


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"The trouble's not over yet," insisted Jukes, prophetically, reeling and catching on.
Everyone seemed to be speaking prophetically, hinting at some misfortune or sorrow to come; they had all looked at him as though they knew something which he did not know.
Prophetically, in 1897 Kipling wrote: "Far-called, our navies melt away; On dune and headland sinks the fire: Lo, all our pomp of yesterday Is one with Nineveh and Tyre!
Prophetically, in 1897 Kipling wrote: Far-called, our navies melt away; On dune and headland sinks the fire: Lo, all our pomp of yesterday Is one with Nineveh and Tyre!
MEXICO CITY * The Mexican bishops' conference has pledged to pursue a new pastoral vision, in which the poor are the priority and prelates speak prophetically on issues like violence, inequality and corruption among the elites.
Orwell, though controversial among historians over his political position, prophetically painted an image of present day states in his novel.
Author, and International Speaker, Dawna De Silva ministers prophetically out of Bethel Church in Redding, California, providing hope and healing while inspiring vision and freedom.
I got out and I said rather prophetically to (Paul) Newman 'God, he could kill himself in that car'.
Rather prophetically the Japanese car maker was foreseeing the emergence of a major new car market trend in the shape of the crossover and since then it has led the way with scaled-down SUVs like the Qashqai and Juke - setting a trend that pretty much everyone else has followed.
While it calls attention to past atrocities -- prophetically speaking to the later genocidal horrors of the twentieth century -- it reminds all present-day readers of the potential violence and barbarity simmering beneath racial and ethnic tensions.
Do you think you're some kind of comedian?" says the bully, rather prophetically.
"Humanae Vitae" prophetically understood that nations would be impoverished in the measure that they assume an antibirth stance.
That entails working prophetically but riskily, he said.
On the back of their Mercury Prizewinning debut album, the prophetically titled An Awesome Wave, Alt-J swiftly stormed to worldwide success.
Eerily, thats reminiscent of his father Ninoys fatalistic statement as the elder Aquino mused prophetically on his way home from exile in 1983: In an instant, I could be a goner.