You will of course send the old lady's horoscope to us at the same time with full particulars.
Unmistakably then it was fate that had cast the horoscope of his and Allis's life together.
Thus only can we attempt to cast the horoscope of the new nation.
I obtained this favour, and I then gave Madame Morin the horoscope.
With all of these favorable influences, the horoscope of the University was at least propitious.
Standing by me she asked if I had thought about her horoscope.
Cæsar asked him if he had taken his own horoscope, and with what signs were marked that day and hour for himself.
He thinks, I may not live to behold much of this, but would like to see a cast of his horoscope.
When his queen, Catherine of France, was about to be confined, he himself cast the horoscope of the expected child.
Camden himself chose a mark as a signature based on his horoscope.
c.1050, horoscopus, from Latin horoscopus; the modern form is considered to be a mid-16c. reborrowing via Middle French horoscope. Ultimately from Greek horoskopos "nativity, horoscope," also "one who casts a horoscope," from hora "hour" (see year) + skopos "watching" (see scope (n.1)), in reference to the hour of one's birth.