Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A crystal-gazer; specifically, one who pretends by this means to see events at a distance, to reveal secrets, etc.

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Examples

  • George Morley set out the next day for Norwich, in which antique city, ever since the 'Dane peopled it, some wizard or witch, star-reader, or crystal-seer' has enjoyed a mysterious renown, perpetuating thus through all change in our land's social progress the long line of Vala and Saga, who came with the Raven and Valkyr from Scandinavian pine shores.

    What Will He Do with It? — Volume 08

  • It is not every one, however, who can be a crystal-seer; like second-sight, it is a special gift.

    The Caxtons — Complete

  • George Morley set out the next day for Norwich, in which antique city, ever since the 'Dane peopled it, some wizard or witch, star-reader, or crystal-seer' has enjoyed a mysterious renown, perpetuating thus through all change in our land's social progress the long line of Vala and

    What Will He Do with It? — Complete

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