(Pronounced as: o-ra-kyoo-ler)
Meaning: An adjective, "oracular” means resembling an oracle or of, relating to, or being an oracle.
Origin: The word is borrowed from the Latin word "oraculum" meaning a divine announcement or a prophetic declaration. Its first known use was in 1631.
Usage: The return of the gypsy to the king's court brought much cheer because if anything could save the king and the kingdom then it was the oracular pronouncements the gypsy would make.
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