forecaster : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  someone who makes predictions of the future (usually on the basis of special knowledge)

  • As local forecaster Isaac Cline wrote afterwards, "Where 20,000 people lived on Sept.
  • In a race that turns out to be all about climate change, just about every forecaster was wrong which in a way was the best part.
  • Virulent inflation and an epochal energy crisis are only two of the most ominous realities that eluded the visions of virtually every forecaster.
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  • Patrick Moore in Metro
    British astronomer Patrick Moore said: "He was a great visionary, a brilliant science fiction writer and a great forecaster. He foresaw communications satellites, a nationwide network of computers, interplanetary travel - he said there would be a...
  • President Bush in CNN
    (CNN) -- President Bush on Tuesday cautioned his successor, Barack Obama, "not to become an economic forecaster" after he takes office later this month.
  • George Osborne in BBC News
    Shadow Chancellor George Osborne, said: "When the prime minister and the chancellor made his recession forecast last autumn, we along with almost every independent forecaster said it was likely to be wrong - but they wouldn't listen. The result is...

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