All you need is a competent plastic surgeon with an electric scalpel who has a basic knowledge of palmistry.
She is a great friend of mine and knows enough about palmistry to tell some very interesting fortunes.
Closely akin to the science of coffee-grounds is that of palmistry.
And there are such things as Christian Science, and "scientific" astrology, palmistry, and the like.
You do not believe in palmistry, and she tossed the hand from her lightly.
The Beria woman deals in charms for exorcising the devil and palmistry is her special vocation.
Madame le Claire, immensely popular, gave readings in palmistry.
A superstition akin to palmistry is onymancy, or divination by the finger-nails, which is still a widespread object of belief.
palmistry does very well for a beginning if a man is inclined to be shy.
During the Christmas holidays she had been poring over an article on palmistry which she found in a magazine.
"divination from the palm of the hand," early 15c., from palme (see palm (n.1)) + obscure second element, perhaps -estre (as in Middle English webbestre "weaver") or -rie (as in Middle English archerie "archery"). Palmist (n.) is an 1886 back-formation.