noun, plural ha·rus·pi·ces [huh-ruhs-puh-seez]. /həˈrʌs pəˌsiz/.
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Cato, the Censor, is on record as saying "that he wondered how one haruspex could look another in the face without laughing!"Wind and Weather|Alexander McAdie
"Hatred speaks in thee," said the haruspex, interrupting the indignant old man.
Thereupon, Roman haruspex looked into the eyes of Roman haruspex, and they both laughed.The House of Mystery|William Henry Irwin
The haruspex submitted, though deeply vexed, and asked whether the guilty boys were also to go unpunished.
No Etruscan haruspex or Roman augur could wish for clearer omens: it reads like a page of Livy.A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages; volume III|Henry Charles Lea