Definition of divinatory in US English:

divinatory

adjective

  • See divination

    • ‘As I studied the divinatory meanings, I looked at the image of the card, and associated it with a culture.’
    • ‘He provides a useful overview of divinatory techniques, astrology, and so on to demarcate these from precognition.’
    • ‘An energy surge of some kind was taking place during the divinatory process.’
    • ‘One would think that, on the basis of that commonality, invoking Scathach and Odhinn for a divinatory ritual would present no problems.’
    • ‘However, using an oracle or some divinatory method, we gain a wider perspective of The Now and can find the item/person.’

Pronunciation

divinatory

/diˈvinəˌtôrē/