word of the day :: soothsayer

soothsayer:
[sooth-sey-er]

–noun
a person who professes to foretell events.
Origin:
1300–50; ME sothseyere, sothseyer.

“Someone has said that the first soothsayer, the first prophet, was the first rascal who encountered a fool.”
:: Voltaire ::
* Definition from www.dictionary.com

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