The prophetess of Vauxhall is by no means a person of repulsive appearance.
Well, she is certainly no prophetess among these countryfolk.
"It seems to me that your prophetess only foretells the past," said Mr. Y—, philosophically putting his hands in his pockets.
It was the night after the visit of Abidan and the prophetess.
When we had finished our discourse, a gathering was made for the prophetess, the very poorest contributing something.
We found here the prophetess or apostle-ess, with her company.
Since then, prophetess, Night hath been my comrade, and Death my familiar.
She had since become a prophetess, who heard the voice of her God.
Or was the prophetess "the virgin," and these two names bestowed on her child?
Again the prophetess answered, this time with gloomy earnestness: "It is as you say."