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A ‘clairvoyant’ is a person who claims or is believed to have psychic abilities that allow them to see into the future. However, the word is more commonly used in the negative, or in a humorous way to describe somebody who has made a surprisingly accurate prediction.
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|Synonyms||prophet, soothsayer, oracle,|
|Antonyms||unprophetic, uninspired, inscrutable,|
How did you know they would pull out of the deal? You must be clairvoyant!
When I wrote my article, I had no idea you were planning to cover the same topic for yours. I’m not clairvoyant!
She claims to have the power of clairvoyance, but I think it’s all part of an act.