Knowledge and Prediction

Knowledge

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Knowledge noun – A body of facts learned by study or experience.
Prediction and knowledge are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Prediction" instead a noun "Knowledge".
Nearby Word: knowledgeable
Synonyms for Knowledge

Prediction

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Prediction noun – A declaration that something will happen in the future.
Knowledge and prediction are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Knowledge" instead a noun "Prediction".
Nearby Words: predict, predictable, predicted, predicting, predictive
Synonyms for Prediction

How words are described

good good knowledge good prediction
common common knowledge common prediction
specific specific knowledge specific prediction
future future knowledge future prediction
Other adjectives: actual, excellent, new.

Both words in one sentence

  • Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane may be invoked to attribute the prediction to mundane knowledge, or claim it's just dumb luck.
  • Later his skills come in handy - he pilots Starbug due to his knowledge of ship controls, he has excellent navigation and prediction abilities, is able to detect danger, and in general his dialogue indicates he knows the characters better.
  • Someone would eventually use that knowledge to Screw Destiny and cause the plan to Go Horribly Wrong: the predictions made by psychohistory are still vulnerable to a Butterfly of Doom, and psychohistory itself is a powerful enough butterfly to derail any prediction it can make.
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