predict

Part of speech: verb

To prophesy; foretell.

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Usage examples "predict":

  1. His capacity for detail and readiness of resource were continually demonstrated, these qualifications doubtless due to his sea- training; his sound judgment of men and things, his wonderful foresight, which enabled him to predict the great future of the colony and to so govern it as to hold this future ever in view, were qualifications belonging to the man, and were such that no professional training could have given. - "The Naval Pioneers of Australia", Louis Becke and Walter Jeffery.
  2. All I have to do is predict the future while you read minds and we both teleport. - "Out Like a Light", Gordon Randall Garrett.
  3. No one could predict any result. - "My First Years As A Frenchwoman, 1876-1879", Mary King Waddington.