verb (used with object), proph·e·sied, proph·e·sy·ing.
verb (used without object), proph·e·sied, proph·e·sy·ing.
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Origin of prophesy
synonym study for prophesy
words often confused with prophesy
OTHER WORDS FROM prophesyproph·e·si·a·ble, adjectiveproph·e·si·er, nounun·proph·e·sied, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for prophesy
Also, apparently people thought that the bugs had poisonous stings and prophesied war.
He prophesied that she would be Prime Minister for nine, eleven or thirteen years.The Time Margaret Thatcher Met One of India's 'God Men'|David Frum|April 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Great results were prophesied from it at first, but so far it has by no means realised expectations.Asbestos|Robert H. Jones
The prophet that prophesied peace: when his word shall come to pass, the prophet shall be known, whom the hath sent in truth.
Where are your prophets that prophesied to you, and said: The king of Babylon shall not come against you, and against this land?
When he and his followers were out of food, he had prophesied that plenty would come to them that day.
Both prisoners had refused counsel, nor had any confession materialized, as Tom Redmond had prophesied.