One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘they forecast that shares in the company will start trading at a profit soon’
predict, prophesy, prognosticate, augur, divine, foretell, foresee, forewarn
guess, hazard a guess, conjecture, speculate, estimate, calculate, reckon, expect
Scottish archaic spae
rare presage, previse, vaticinate, auspicate
1‘a gloomy forecast of the impact of global warming’
prediction, prophecy, forewarning, prognostication, augury, divination, prognosis, projection, calculation
guess, estimate, conjecture, speculation
warning, signal, sign, token
rare prognostic, vaticination, auspication
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