Michel de Nostredame, 1503–66, French astrologer.
- Nos·tra·dam·ic [nos-truh-dam-ik, noh-struh-], /ˌnɒs trəˈdæm ɪk, ˌnoʊ strə-/, adjective
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How to use Nostradamus in a sentence
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
The prophecy of Nostradamus might have its complete fulfilment if only a kingdom could be found for Alenon.History of the Rise of the Huguenots | Henry Baird
Nostradamus also appeared with his prophecies of blood for the little princess.Winged Wheels in France | Michael Myers Shoemaker
But Tassoni, who understood the Provençal poets better than Nostradamus, defends him successfully from this absurd accusation.
You may have heard of Nostradamus, who also lived in Paris, but long before Robertson, and who pretended to be a magician.Round-about Rambles in Lands of Fact and Fancy | Frank Richard Stockton
British Dictionary definitions for Nostradamus
Latinized name of Michel de Notredame. 1503–66, French physician and astrologer; author of a book of prophecies in rhymed quatrains, Centuries (1555)
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