divining rod

NOUN
  1. forked stick that is said to dip down to indicate underground water or oil
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How To Use divining rod In A Sentence

  • To locate ( underground water or minerals ) with a divining rod ; douse.
  • What, you got a divining rod tattooed on your ass?
  • Mysteries abound, in large part because Cassandra's inherited skill as a dowser the term preferred by those who discover objects with the help of a Y-shaped divining rod helps her uncover truths others would rather keep buried. latimes.com - News
  • To locate ( underground water or minerals ) with a divining rod ; douse.
  • Scripture is the divining rod for truth, and this follows Protestant maxims such as sola scriptura as the supreme voice of authority promoted in the Creation Museum itself. Lee Jefferson: On Kentucky's Christmas List: Noah's Ark
  • Like tiny divining rods, these drugs hunt down only diseased cells, avoiding the shotgun approach of past chemotherapies.
  • What, you got a divining rod tattooed on your ass?
  • The {162} pretended secrets of the cabal, of alchymy, of judicial astronomy, of the divining rod, and all the accounts, formerly so common, of sorcerers, magicians, and enchanters, are derived from these descendants of the Arabs. History of the Moors of Spain
  • So, party aides are now striding over the political terrain with a divining rod, trying to find the clear blue water which once separated the two parties back in the days when the party was at its peak popularity.
  • Gone were the secret incantations and gothic tales of interred bodies, but the divining rod remained, now viewed as a conductor of imponderable fluids.
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