If your enemies be fighting, while you sit still or sleep, it is easy to prognosticate who will have the victory.
Of the mineral wealth, it seems as yet dangerous to prognosticate.
He and I were chums; we used to sit on Long Wharf together and prognosticate together.
Nevertheless, reasoning a priori, there are some features we may prognosticate.
By their departure from temperate or cold climates they prognosticate the approach of winter, as their return heralds spring.
Is this to prognosticate peace, or to mock at my unhappiness?
I may safely with the little skill I have, quoth Pantagruel, prognosticate that by the way we shall engender no melancholy.
To prognosticate medically according to this system a circle of numerals was required in the first place.
When I heard these words I did prognosticate my miserie to come.
From that moment it was easy to prognosticate that with the new king familiarity would not prevent severity, or even cruelty.
prognosticate prog·nos·ti·cate (prŏg-nŏs'tĭ-kāt')
v. prog·nos·ti·cat·ed, prog·nos·ti·cat·ing, prog·nos·ti·cates
To predict according to present indications or signs; foretell.