Definition of Prognosticating

1. Verb. (present participle of prognosticate) ¹



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Definition of Prognosticating

1. prognosticate [v] - See also: prognosticate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prognosticating

prognathic
prognathism
prognathisms
prognathous
prognose
prognosed
prognoses
prognosing
prognosis
prognostic
prognosticable
prognostically
prognosticate
prognosticated
prognosticates
prognosticating (current term)
prognostication
prognostications
prognosticative
prognosticator
prognosticators
prognostick
prognostics
progradations
prograde
prograded
progrades
program
program counter

Literary usage of Prognosticating

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1. A Narrative of an Exploratory Visit to Each of the Consular Cities of China by George Smith (1857)
"... Houses—Busy Adjustment of pecuniary Matters—Annual Custom of " Surrounding the Furnace"—A Family Scene—Superstitious Mode of prognosticating the Seasons ..."

2. Spectrum Analysis in Its Application to Terrestrial Substances, and the by Heinrich Schellen, Jane Lassell, Caroline Lassell (1885)
"THE TELLURIC LINES IN THE SOLAR SPECTRUM AS A MEANS OF prognosticating THE WEATHER. The telluric lines in the solar spectrum being caused by the moisture of ..."

3. An Encyclopædia of Agriculture: Comprising the Theory and Practice of the by John Claudius Loudon (1826)
"Of the Means of prognosticating the Weather. 2331. The study of atmospherical changes has, in all ages, been more or lees attended to by men engaged in the ..."

4. The Village Blacksmith, Or, Piety and Usefulness Exemplified in a Memoir of by James Everett (1853)
"His patriotic feeling—High price of provisions—Differs with Mr. Pawson for prognosticating evil—Letter to the Rev. Edward Irving on prophecy—Threatened ..."

5. Sunshine and Showers: Their Influences Throughout Creation. A Compendium of by Andrew Steinmetz (1867)
"... AND ITS SIGNS IN prognosticating THE WEATHER. EVAPORATION, or the change of water into vapour, has the most important bearings on meteorology. ..."

6. Researches in pathological anatomy and clinical surgery by Joseph Sampson Gamgee (1856)
"... to be attached to the results of microscopic inquiry in determining the character, and prognosticating the clinical history of abnormal deposits. ..."

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