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Definition of "prognostication" [prog•nos•ti•ca•tion]

  • A statement about or prior knowledge of the future. (noun)

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Use "prognostication" in a sentence
  • "The problem with your prognostication is that there is no evidence to indicate that whatsoever."
  • "Democrats, if all the political prognostication is accurate, are the ones likely to be swallowed up."
  • "He had a very low opinion of the Tizimin group, the most historical of the chronicles: "The whole scheme of prognostication is so mangled and so full of errors that it is next to meaningless.""