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- adj. of, or relating to astrology
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to astrology; professing or practising astrology.
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- adj. relating to or concerned with astrology
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Compare an astrological naturalism motivated by the idea that success is to be measured by how well the standards explain and predict ˜astrological phenomena™, understood as the astrologers do.
With all the players -- Planning Board, Council, and Administration -- in astrological alignment, why is it that redevelopment plans seem as fraught as in the 1980s, when all was bickering and maneuvering?
Nevertheless, your long-term astrological omens demand that I invoke them to describe your destiny.
Mongolian astrology is a slight variant of the main Tibetan astrological system, but now in the way of an introduction, let us speak of the Tibetan-Mongolian system in general.
And what about the definitive detection of the so-called astrological influences?
Wherever you sit in this campaign, the whole thing makes me believe in what we could call the astrological karma of relationships.
Here in Pork Smith we have entered what mr. delagar and I wryly call astrological cold spots -- places in life where one must begin to walk carefully, as everything that can go wrong begins to do so.
The blue starry scarf, which she had taken calling the astrological scarf, went well with it.
One system which is still more frequent than the astrological is the strictly spiritualistic one, which expresses itself in spirit returns and messages from the other world.
You have to rely on 'astrological' indicators like gold and housing prices.