fortune-teller


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fortune-teller

a person who makes predictions about the future as by looking into a crystal ball, reading palms, etc.
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We be not fortune-tellers, or jugglers, or beggars.
Korean shamans, also called "mudang," communicate with the spirits to predict someone's future, while a fortune-teller uses physiognomy to tell the future, or prophecies based on the Book of Changes, four pillars or Eastern philosophy.
With McGeady's withdrawal, does that mean @Paddymadden gets the call up- Conan Byrne, goalscorer and fortune-teller
Rihanna has been to see a psychic and a fortune-teller and asked for a look into her future.
The 25-year-old singer has even visited a Buddhist fortune-teller and a psychic for help fix her chaotic life, it has been revealed.
Nai, not her real name, says she went to a fortune-teller for the first time several years ago, and now makes it a biannual ritual.
As they piece together her case, the two discover interesting information from reluctant neighbors about Calise's moonlighting career as both fortune-teller and moneylender, which made her the enemy of very powerful people.
But the Russian fortune-teller is forgetting that the killer in both roles is Bashar al-Assad, who is a killer in the Authority and a killer in the "opposition.
A fortune-teller made it to the biggest taxpayers in Bulgaria with incomes worth hundreds of thousands levs, data of the agency shows.
KIRKUK / Aswat al-Iraq: An Iraqi fortune-teller has been seriously injured in an explosive charge blast under his car, south of northern Iraq's oil-rich city of Kirkuk on Saturday, a Kirkuk Police officer reported.
How crazy is it that now there is a fortune-teller on the loose in Bahrain
Recently a man told this fortune-teller about the problems he faced with his wife.