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oracular

o·rac·u·lar

oracular

 
 
pronunciation:
raek y lr
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: of, like, pertaining to, or having the nature of an oracle; prophetic; wise; mysterious.
The economist's advice was considered oracular and they acted in accordance with it.
definition 2: making utterances and decisions as if by divine authority or inspiration.
definition 3: difficult to understand; enigmatic; obscure.
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derivation: oracularly (adv.)