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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of vaticinate.

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Examples

  • First, it was a place where Etruscan prophets "vaticinated"

    CathNews

  • When NATO vaticinated that Muammar Gaddafi was on the cusp of filicide U.S. leaders felt morally obligated to bomb Libya -- a double standard of historic proportions considering they've stood idly by while Pakistan conducts systemic slaughter in Balochistan province in what historian Selig Harrison has described as "slow-motion genocide."

    Michael Hughes: U.S. Enables Pakistan's Oppression of Balochistan

  • The henbane-drinkers crawled on all fours around the colossus, roaring like tigers; the Yidonim vaticinated, the

    Salammbo

  • This ordenanza loftily vaticinated, "let the plaza have sets of arches because they are of much comfort to the buyers and sellers who are accustomed to meet there."

    My outdoor secretary

  • Had he only but had the whisper of encouragement from any one he esteemed while in this vacillating mood, that would indeed have been a turning point in his career, but it seemed that a good impulse for Guy Elersley vaticinated infallibly an evil action.

    Honor Edgeworth Ottawa's Present Tense

  • There certainly has been a time for every evil that human nature admits of to be vaticinated of President Jackson’s administration; equally certain the time has now come for all rational and well-disposed people to compare the predictions with the facts, and to ask themselves if these calamitous prognostications have been verified by events?

    On the Expunging Resolution

  • There certainly has been a time for every evil that human nature admits of to be vaticinated of President Jackson's administration; equally certain the time has now come for all rational and well-disposed people to compare the predictions with the facts, and to ask themselves if these calamitous prognostications have been verified by events?

    American Eloquence, Volume 1 Studies In American Political History (1896)

  • Her carmine lips vaticinated with an extraordinary rapidity.

    Under Western Eyes

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