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Moses_Young

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prophet [I think the other word is prophesy or prophecies - "cise" is a suffix usually associated with cutting - incise, concise, excise... ;) ]
 

Ruby123

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prophet [I think the other word is prophesy or prophecies - "cise" is a suffix usually associated with cutting - incise, concise, excise... ;) ]
I thought the spelling did not look correct but did not further investigate as Ruby was being a bit lazy :sleep::sleep:

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Moses_Young

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improved (I was also providing my excuse for the lame follow-up of an adjective (?) with its noun. Thanks for understanding. :) )
 

GaryA

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I believe the word you were looking for is 'prophesize'.

prophet [I think the other word is prophesy or prophecies - "cise" is a suffix usually associated with cutting - incise, concise, excise... ;) ]
Perhaps she is talking about making a [very] "cutting" prophecy... ;)
 

Moses_Young

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Ruby123

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I believe the word you were looking for is 'prophesize'.


Perhaps she is talking about making a [very] "cutting" prophecy... ;)
Aussie spelling use "s" instead of "Z" I don't know why??

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GaryA

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supersize

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There you go. I didn't believe it was a real word. Apparently, it means the same as prophesy, but 'to prophesy' is old-fashioned for some now, and they say 'to prophesize'.

https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/prophesy-or-prophesize.2137923/
Cannot read the linked page from this computer right now...

I am pretty sure that 'prophesize' includes the 'to'. ('prophesize' = 'to prophesy')

One use might be "He prophesized about..." - past tense, of course.