[ jee-uh-man-see ]
/ ˈdʒi əˌmæn si /
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divination by geographic features or by figures or lines.
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Origin of geomancy
OTHER WORDS FROM geomancyge·o·man·cer, nounge·o·man·tic, adjective
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How to use geomancy in a sentence
Another geomancer is then hired and told to find a new grave where the soul will rest in peace.Where Half The World Is Waking Up|Clarence Poe
The Geomancer is called in to consult the omens, and no selection is made until after ripe reflection.
The grave is not dug until the Geomancer has determined the exact spot by means of two sticks and a piece of cord.
British Dictionary definitions for geomancy
/ (ˈdʒiːəʊˌmænsɪ) /
prophecy from the pattern made when a handful of earth is cast down or dots are drawn at random and connected with lines
Derived forms of geomancygeomancer, noungeomantic, adjective
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