Prophesy [verb]

Definition of Prophesy:

predict, warn

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Opposite/Antonyms of Prophesy:


Sentence/Example of Prophesy:

South Central Ventures Investment Manager Pedja Predin prophesied that former T-Mobile CEO John Legere would reveal himself to be “Adam Neumann’s real biological father, or that Adam Neumann is actually Sacha Baron Cohen playing a role.”

Son of man, set thy face against the children of Ammon, and thou shalt prophesy of them.

I always prophesy it just six months off; but do I believe it?

When all men speak well of a wedding, and all the prophets prophesy smooth things—my fear is great.

Then he showed them the difference between the meaning of the Greek word, and that of the modern English word prophesy.

This animal is also a favourite mythic form of expression in Merlin's famous prophesy.

And I will give power unto my two witnesses, and they shall prophesy.

The peasant made the raven prophesy still more, and said: 'Thirdly, he says that there is some salad on the bed.'

All experience teaches that pessimism is generally lying prophesy.

Day by day the guides prophesy fine weather—the blackest cloud is all for hate.