(Block neglects to note that Hagel was also outside that consensus on Iraq, and prophetically so).
In the 1960s, workmen on a hill, prophetically called Terra Amata (Beloved Earth), discovered the remains of a prehistoric camp.
She was Renee, the girl of whom he had prophetically said that she must come to regrets and tears.
"The trouble's not over yet," insisted Jukes, prophetically, reeling and catching on.
“No, you will not return,” muttered Mrs. Almayer, prophetically.
But I would fain know what hath been prophetically revealed to her!
Now, what he had prophetically anticipated had become a terrible reality for hundreds of millions of human beings.
"Both of you will live to a good old age," said Giovanni prophetically.
"You will see fighting enough one of these days," said Hal prophetically.
Perhaps he knew better than we how prophetically he was speaking.
late 15c., from Middle French prophétique (15c.) and directly from Late Latin propheticus, from Greek prophetikos "pertaining to a prophet, oracular," from prophetes (see prophet). Related: Prophetical (mid-15c.); prophetically.