I predict that his prediction will prove correct, but that this will not tell us as much as Bryan thinks.
His late colleague Jerry Falwell said Jan. 1, 2000, would mark the apocalypse, then changed his prediction to 2006.
In Europe, bookies and prediction markets are taking financial bets on the identity of the next pope.
Exit polls, demographic modeling, prediction markets—all have been deployed to varied results.
But she did offer a prediction: “My guess: with Mad Men the song will be sultry.”
But Miss Kitty sighed, and thought of the lawyer's prediction.
With high hope for the future, no prediction in regard to it is ventured.
But why this command and this prediction of the Queen of Heaven to her servant, in regard to something which was not all new?
To assist the prediction of the course and occurrence of storms.
Lenglet denounced a foreign general in the French service, and the event warranted the prediction.
1560s, from Middle French prédiction and directly from Medieval Latin predictionem (nominative predictio), from Latin praedictio "a foretelling," noun of action from past participle stem of praedicere (see predict).