Definition of "seers" [seers]

  • Plural form of seer. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "seers" in a sentence
  • "During the night the Trevanyi had waxed passionate at their conclave; they had walked through fires; they had performed their bounding mood-dances; their "Grotesques," as they called their seers, had breathed the smoke of baicha roots and had belched forth the destiny of the Trevanyi race."
  • "That his eyes are open (v. 15), for prophets were in old time called seers (1 Sam.ix. 9), because they must speak what they had seen, and therefore, before they opened their lips, it was necessary that they should have their eyes open."
  • "And that tempest will produce the first of the next generation of "seers" - or, if you like, the next generation of Prophets."