The Rapture did not come to pass on May 21, but soothsayer Harold Camping has rescheduled it for this Friday.
But soothsayer Simon Cowell, who created and judges the show, saw the future.
A soothsayer warned Julius Caesar about the Ides of March—a catastrophe looming in the middle of the month.
No wonder they were often considered bad omens: no soothsayer could tell when one might appear.
He was also a soothsayer, and could repeat the whole of the prophetical Buena Dicha by heart.
To this the soothsayer adds the ceremonial element, 'attending upon the gods.'
Charmian, addressing Alexas in a flattering manner, asked where was the soothsayer he praised so much.
Next day, Coeratadas arrived with the victims and the soothsayer.
The table being at length covered, such viands were placed before Thorbiorga as suited her character of a soothsayer.
“You have divined the offence like a soothsayer,” said the stranger, laughingly.
one who pretends to prognosticate future events. Baalam is so called (Josh. 13:22; Heb. kosem, a "diviner," as rendered 1 Sam. 6:2; rendered "prudent," Isa. 3:2). In Isa. 2:6 and Micah 5:12 (Heb. yonenim, i.e., "diviners of the clouds") the word is used of the Chaldean diviners who studied the clouds. In Dan. 2:27; 5:7 the word is the rendering of the Chaldee gazrin, i.e., "deciders" or "determiners", here applied to Chaldean astrologers, "who, by casting nativities from the place of the stars at one's birth, and by various arts of computing and divining, foretold the fortunes and destinies of individuals.", Gesenius, Lex. Heb. (See SORCERER.)