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fatidic (adjective), more fatidic, most fatidic
1. Descriptive of the power to foretell future events or relating to prophecy: While Christine was sleeping, she had a dream in which she had a fatidic message telling her to avoid going on a trip because the weather would cause severe harm to her and others.
2. Etymology: from Latin fatidicus which came from fatum, "fate" + dicare, "to say, to speak'.
A reference to a prophetic sign.
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