soothsayer


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

soothsayer

a seer or prophet
References in periodicals archive ?
Soothsayers have been around since long before togas were trendy.
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.
ALTHOUGH today's soothsayer can't decide whether climate change is going to make us warmer or alter the gulf stream and therefore make the northern hemisphere colder, the one certainty is that, for the human race to survive, the world's consumption of electrical power will have to continue to increase (exponentially).
Soothsayer (Fred Winter/John Francome) is bound for the Mackeson Gold Cup next month after failing by a length and a half to give 22lb to Golden Sol (Bob/Andy Turnell) in the two-mile chase at Ascot.
As well as the Soothsayer mix of township jive and reggae, they've been working up a few numbers in the retro-swing mode, all in the name of escaping the stultifying world of the jazz standard.
The person who can change your life is you, not some soothsayer.
Local tradition says he was a soothsayer who visited to meditate and preach.
As a volunteer soothsayer, my powers are focused on life's bigger picture.
2 Soothsayer 3 Bula 4 Glanford Brigg 6l, 1/2l, 12l March 13, 1975
Derek Jacobi sports goofy eye makeup as a blind soothsayer, and Frank Langella sleepwalks through a turn as the king who protects the Golden Fleece, this saga's Holy Grail.