Definition of Prognosticative

1. Adjective. Of or relating to prediction; having value for making predictions.




Definition of Prognosticative

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prognosticative

prognathous
prognose
prognosed
prognoses
prognosing
prognosis
prognostic
prognosticable
prognostically
prognosticate
prognosticated
prognosticates
prognosticating
prognostication
prognostications
prognosticative (current term)
prognosticator
prognosticators
prognostick
prognostics
progradations
prograde
prograded
progrades
program
program counter
program counters
program evaluation and review technique
program evaluation review technique

Literary usage of Prognosticative

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1. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1921)
"was sending forth Sherwood Anderson's Poor White, another mid- western study, and prognosticative in its fashion. This extraordinary coincidence—along with ..."

2. Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education by National Society for the Study of Education (1916)
"On the contrary, "the most evident fault of the tests, if used as prognosticative of school progress, is over-optimism." Again she says: "The chief value of ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1834)
"This is both a contemporary and prognosticative vision. The instances of the second sight in purity—that whereby an event strictly contemporary is ..."

4. Sermons on Important Subjects by Samuel Davies (1810)
"And if these unusual works of God are also prognosticative ; if these extraordinary appearances in the natural world are signals and premonitions of some ..."

5. Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions by Charles Mackay (1850)
"The mountaineer makes the natural phenomena which he most frequently witnesses prognosticative of the future. The dweller in the plains, in a similar manner ..."

6. Sermons by Samuel Davies, Thomas Gibbons, Samuel Finley, William Buell Sprague (1864)
"And if these unusual works of God are also prognosticative; if these extraordinary appearances in the natural world are signals and premonitions of some ..."

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