scry

VERB
  1. divine by gazing into crystals
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  • Even under these circumstances imagination, as though rebelling against the conditions of sunshine and summer then maintaining, leaped to picture Mên Scryfa under the black screaming of winter storm or rising darkly upon deep snows; casting a transitory shadow over a waste ghastly blue under flashes of lightning, or throbbing to its deep roots when thunder roared over the moor and the levin brand hissed unseen into quag and fen. Lying Prophets
  • Or was the Prince of Astrology already above the starry ceiling of the studiolo with Paul of Middleburg, descrying signs from the heavens regarding the health of the duke and dukedom? Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro
  • A scryer might have said he was full of remorse for events that had not yet occurred. THE BROKEN GOD
  • I added the bloodstone to the items I was packing, then retrieved the scrying crystal and packed it, too, shoebox and all. Fatal Circle
  • Therefore he spurred his willing horse against the hill, and up the many-winding ruggedness of road, hoping, at every turn, to descry in the distance the vehicle carrying that very plaguesome box. Mary Anerley
  • Save the whites or the greys, our friends in the 'chay' were not sufficiently near to descry the colours of the horses; but Mr. Sponge could not help thinking that he recognized the outline of the wicked chestnut, Multum-in-Parvo. Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour
  • The friendly breeze freshened again next day, and on we went once more before it gallantly: descrying now and then an English ship going homeward under shortened sail, while we, with every inch of canvas crowded on, dashed gaily past, and left her far behind. American Notes for General Circulation
  • He had had half a dozen scryers scry out the situation at the city centre, since radars tended to go all awry when it came to the Disruption Fields put up by all starguards and hellguards.
  • His society uses psychometry, remote viewing, and scrying as part of their research methodology.
  • [214] They are forced to retreat. had done before, we resolved to imbark silently in the dark of the night, and go off from that Coast where we had been so early descryed, and the enemy was so much prepared against us. Bucaniers of America:
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