from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who prophesies or predicts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A prophet.
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- noun A person who makes
prophecies; a prophet
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- noun an authoritative person who divines the future
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The tale of a supermarket full of Maine shoppers who find themselves trapped within by an inexplicable ground fog bearing creatures from another dimension, the story and film recall Alfred Hitchcock's THE BIRDS 1963 - there's even a similar resident whack job turned doom prophesier - but do without Hitch's trademark sense of detachment.
Come, bring forth this counterfeit module, he has deceived me, like a double-meaning prophesier.
But he who explains those passages agreeably to the analogy of faith, performs the duty of a good interpreter and prophesier [or preacher] in the Church of God.
In middle life, if the individual worker for better things is not merely a prophesier but has become an actual agent for the realization of his ideal in practical achievement, he suffers many a disillusion, not in respect to his ideal, but in respect to the ease of working it into the body politic or into the compelling purpose of the social mind.
"I must say you are not a prophesier of '_smooth things_'" said Mrs. Elwyn, "but still, I hope the dismal things you have hinted at may not come to pass."
Verily we nourish a Sybel prophesier, which by the view of a candle doth divine of Celestiall things, and of the Sunne it selfe.
Come, bring forth this counterfeit model: he has deceived me, like a double-meaning prophesier.
A prophesier of false things for since many a year hast thou been prophesying the downfall of this city, and now, when thy prophecy has come true, thou sorrowest and mournest.
Having once been deceived, she never ceased to suspect, and, which was still worse, she even strove (from the best of motives, as she believed) to excite suspicion and discomfort in the minds of others; and, notwithstanding her well-known character as a prophesier of evil things, she did sometimes succeed in making people unhappy.
Glyndowr were unwisely made believe by a Welsh prophesier that King