soothsayer


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soothsayer

a seer or prophet
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And for the bold, there is the opportunity to hear the future from a Roman soothsayer.
Unlike Caesar, Jenkins had no soothsayer to warn him of the Ides of March (March 8-15), the impending assassination led by the Antipodean Brutus, an offence against friendship.
THE Sunday Mirror's own soothsayer looks to the future and tells us what we don't particularly want to hear: -
He hacked along, jumping well, and he stayed on best up the hill after jumping the last with Soothsayer and Bula.
The new King of Nepal has hired his predecessor's soothsayer, it was revealed yesterday.
But if everything is fine why did soothsayer Arsene Wenger warn last week that English football clubs are losing their soul?
Sir, - What a marvellous soothsayer your Marjorie Orr is.
Also on offer will be hip-pop performances from Asian band Kismet, who mix the best of Asian and West-ern music, plus jazz-funk African band Soothsayer.
Conditions at Cheltenham are barely raceable as Ten Up (Jim Dreaper/Tommy Carberry) ploughs through the mud to win the Gold Cup by six lengths from Soothsayer (Fred Winter/Richard Pitman), and afterwards the stewards cancel the last three races.
The 60-year-old soothsayer acquired the gift while doing his rounds among the last generation of families living high in the Blue Stack mountains.
With one year left on a three-year contract, Impemba has no immediate plans to seek help from a fortune teller or soothsayer before coming back to see what's in store for 2004.
Ten Up (Jim Dreaper/ Tommy Carberry) is a best-priced 7-2 for the Cheltenham Gold Cup after he wins the three-mile handicap chase from Soothsayer (Fred Winter/John Francome) at Ascot.