OTHER WORDS FROM astrologyas·trol·o·ger, as·trol·o·gist, nounas·tro·log·i·cal [a-struh-loj-i-kuhl], /ˌæ strəˈlɒdʒ ɪ kəl/, as·tro·log·ic, as·trol·o·gous [uh-strol-uh-guhs], /əˈstrɒl ə gəs/, adjectiveas·tro·log·i·cal·ly, adverb
How to use astrology in a sentence
But Eleanor is still hands-down the most righteous babe on the astrological block.
You can make a living off talents and be the most productive babe with the most functional bonds on the astrological block.
You metamorphose, seemingly overnight, from most- to least-stressed individual on the astrological block.
Astrologers do have tips on coping with all this astrological drama.
She shook my hand and asked me what my astrological sign was.
Loking, aspect; a translation of the Latin astrological term aspectus.
This being so, I have no doubt at all, that cave is here merely a translation of the Latin technical astrological term puteus.
Her astrological council, then composed of Nostradamus and the two Ruggieri, had already predicted to her the death of the king.Catherine de' Medici|Honore de Balzac
Many have been found which have engraven upon them various building plans and astrological figures.The Prophet Ezekiel|Arno C. Gaebelein
On the table lay a variety of mathematical and astrological instruments, all of the most rich materials and curious workmanship.Quentin Durward|Sir Walter Scott
British Dictionary definitions for astrology
Derived forms of astrologyastrologer or astrologist, nounastrological (ˌæstrəˈlɒdʒɪkəl), adjectiveastrologically, adverb
Word Origin for astrology
Cultural definitions for astrology
A study of the positions and relationships of the sun, moon, stars, and planets in order to judge their influence on human actions. Astrology, unlike astronomy, is not a scientific study and has been much criticized by scientists. (See zodiac (see also zodiac).)