The prognostic importance of the enumeration of the white blood corpuscles.
It was Ellison who suggested that they were prognostic of death.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Norton being made acquainted with the doctor's prognostic, visited Mrs. Clewline, and invited her to the lodge.
For that it was a prognostic of some fearful calamity, no one thought of doubting.
Wat Wilder has observed it at the same time, and confirms the prognostic.
The letter came to the Egyptian king like a prognostic of evil.
In which latter branch of their prognostic the Gazetteers were much out.
These threads are often said to be a prognostic of storm; but they are not produced by storm.
This prognostic filled him with the deepest inquietude, and all the reasonings of his daughter were insufficient to appease him.
In general these have little diagnostic or prognostic significance.
prognostic prog·nos·tic (prŏg-nŏs'tĭk)
Of, relating to, or useful in prognosis.
Of or relating to prediction; predictive.
A sign or symptom indicating the future course of a disease.
A sign of a future happening; a portent.