fortuneteller fortuneteller


  • (n) a person who foretells your personal future


  1. But with a respected fortuneteller predicting the demise of this government, many Thais aren't confident that Samak will survive long enough to accomplish much.
  2. Igea attributes her good fortune to the prophecy of a Milan fortuneteller, who two years ago told her she would meet the man of her dreams in Capri.
  3. Poscente: A fortuneteller in Singapore told me I would die at 40, and it stuck with me.



  1. "If Montgomery County is concerned that a fortuneteller will engage in fraudulent conduct, the County can enforce fraud laws in the event that fraud occurs," Judge Clayton Greene Jr. wrote in the majority opinion.
    on Jun 16, 2010 By: Clayton Greene, Jr. Source: Business Gazette

  2. "Everybody was older than us, and we just clicked," Mackie says. "Nobody knew what to do with her. She looked kind of like a fortuneteller."
    on May 18, 2008 By: Bob Mackie Source: Los Angeles Times

  3. "We have no hope the government will help us," said Ali Abbas Hamidi, 44, Haman's cousin. "We believe more in our fortuneteller."
    on Mar 8, 2007 By: Ali Abbas Source: Newark Star Ledger

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