predicted (Meaning)

predicted

to declare in advance, to make a prediction, foretell on the basis of observation, experience, or scientific reason, to declare or indicate in advance

predicted Sentence Examples

  1. The astrologer predicted a tumultuous future for the young prince.
  2. The meteorologist predicted heavy rainfall in the coastal regions over the weekend.
  3. The economic forecast predicted a gradual recovery in the upcoming quarters.
  4. The doctor predicted a full recovery for the patient after surgery.
  5. The politician predicted a resounding victory in the upcoming elections.
  6. The psychic predicted that I would meet a tall, dark stranger.
  7. The scientist predicted a breakthrough in nuclear fusion within the next decade.
  8. The prophet predicted the end of the world as we know it.
  9. The fortune-teller predicted wealth and happiness in my future.
  10. The weatherman predicted a partly cloudy day with a slight chance of rain.

FAQs About the word predicted

to declare in advance, to make a prediction, foretell on the basis of observation, experience, or scientific reason, to declare or indicate in advance

awaited, expected,anticipated, foreseen,future, coming, upcoming, proximate, approaching, imminent

late,recent,past, sometime, erstwhile, old, foregone, former, other, onetime

The astrologer predicted a tumultuous future for the young prince.

The meteorologist predicted heavy rainfall in the coastal regions over the weekend.

The economic forecast predicted a gradual recovery in the upcoming quarters.

The doctor predicted a full recovery for the patient after surgery.