Did you possibly mean forecast?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A village of southern Quebec, Canada, on the St. Lawrence River northeast of Quebec City. Its famous shrine was established by shipwrecked sailors in 1620.
- From Middle English forcast, variant of forecast. (Wiktionary)
“I don't think we've got any rain forcast over the next few days ...”
“Our weatherman said the long term forcast was for a more normal, read cold, winter this time around.”
“The long term forcast is for more storms and higher water ... global warming and all that.”
“So a short term forcast using a linear model wouldn't be too bad.”
“WAY too many variables to really "forcast" China. there are too many unknowns guys that could throw an model off.”
“Not that I've looked through the paper, but what is the tax burden that they forcast?”
“Here's a link if anyone wants to read the economic forcast that council included in the budget resolution: www. seattle.goc/financedepartment/10adoptedbudg ...”
“The worst estimating in the report is the revenue forcast (I think they get that from another state debt).”
“If he were to read the CBO analysis carefully, they clearly state the deficit reduction is hard to forcast going forward.”
“That beat the NZ$600 million forcast of 10 economists polled by Dow Jones Newswires.”
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