The five-year forecast I prepared for the city [in 2003] was ignored.
The trade group that represents shopping centers has its own forecast.
Thomas E. Weber and Brian Ries forecast the gizmos likely to rule the year.
Analysts surveyed by Reuters had forecast the index would rise 0.2 percent in July.
And by the way: In 2001, after the Clinton surplus, the Congressional Budget Office forecast that we could be debt-free by 2009.
Lincoln with a forecast of this had shaped his ends accordingly.
A physician's forecast of the disease by the patient's pulse and purse.
(Fig. 6); and although its stability was not perfect, it was an interesting machine—a forecast of the monoplane of the future.
In the past it has been an armory of platitudes or a forecast of punishments.
The consequences they forecast follow only from a distorted, and often meaningless, use of the terms employed.
late 14c., "to scheme," from fore- "before" + casten "contrive." Meaning "predict events" first attested late 15c. Related: Forecasted; forecasting.
early 15c., probably from forecast (v.); earliest sense was "forethought, prudence;" meaning "conjectured estimate of a future course" is from 1670s. A Middle English word for weather forecasting was aeromancy.