- n (logic) a declaration of something self-evident; something that can be assumed as the basis for argument
- The Department regularly uses preliminary reviews to gather information to determine whether there is sufficient predication to warrant a full investigation of a matter.
- This brand-new "airfare predication engine" calculates whether the lowest price on plane tickets currently, only for trips out of Seattle or Boston will rise or fall over .
- Justice lawyers have insisted that FBI agents cannot fish around in the affairs of high-level officials unless there is an open investigation and "predication," meaning a specific .
- Michael Chertoff in FOXNews
I think that that predication unhappily turned out to be correct and one of the things I said was we're racing the clock. Unfortunately, the hurricane beat us,Chertoff said.