Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties
Division (I) Formation of Ideas
Section VI. Extension of Thought
2. To the Future

511. Prediction.

   NOUN:PREDICTION, announcement; program or programme (plan) [See Plan]; premonition (warning) [See Warning]; prognosis, prognostic, presage, presagement, precurse [obs.], prophecy, vaticination, mantology [rare], prognostication, premonstration [obs.]; augury, auguration [obs.], ariolation [obs.], hariolation [obs.], foreboding, aboding [obs.], abode [obs.], bode [obs.], bodement, abodement; omniation [obs.], auspice (pl. auspices), forecast; omen [See Omen]; horoscope, nativity; sooth [obs.], soothsaying, fortune-telling; divination.
  adytum, oak of Dodona; cave of the Cumæan Sibyl, Sibylline leaves, Sibylline books; tripod of the Pythia.
  prefiguration, prefigurement; prototype, type.
  [DIVINATION BY THE STARS] astrology, astromancy, horoscopy, genethlialogy, judicial or mundane astrology.
  ORACLE, prophet, seer [See Oracle].
  [MEANS OF DIVINATION] crystal, ink, tea leaves, cards; Hallowe’en -nuts, – mirror; divining-rod, wych-hazel or witch-hazel; hand of glory; wax image; teraphim; shadows  1; spell, charm [See Spell].
  sorcery, magic, necromancy [See Sorcery]; heteroscopic divination. 2
   VERB:PREDICT, prognosticate, prophesy, vaticinate, divine, foretell, soothsay, augurate, tell fortunes; cast a horoscope, cast a nativity; advise; forewarn, prewarn [See Warning].
  presage, augur, bode, abode [obs.], forebode; foretoken, betoken; prefigure, prefigurate, augurate [rare], ariolate [rare], figure [obs.], forecast, precurse, portend; preshow, foreshow, foreshadow; shadow forth, typify, pretypify, ominate [obs.], signify, point to.
  hold out -, raise -, excite- -expectation, – hope; bid fair, promise, lead one to expect; be the precursor [See Precursor].
  HERALD, usher in, premise, announce; lower.
   ADJECTIVE:PREDICTING &c. v.; predictive, fatidic or fatidical, precursal, precurrent, presageful, vaticinal, oracular, fatiloquent [rare], haruspical; Sibylline; weatherwise.
  OMINOUS, portentous; augurous, augurial, augural, precursive, precursory, auspicial, auspicious; prescious [rare], prescient, monitory, extispicious [obs.], premonitory, significant of, pregnant with, big with the fate of.
  1. If you can look into the seeds of time, And say which grain will grow and which will not.—Macbeth
  2. Coming events cast their shadows before.—Campbell
  3. Dicamus bona verba.
  4. There buds the promise of celestial worth.—Young