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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Noun- The art of reading character or telling fortunes from the markings of the forehead.

Usage examples (3)
  • Other signs there are taken from physiognomy, metoposcopy, chiromancy, which because Joh. de Indagine, and Rotman, the landgrave of Hesse his mathematician, not long...
  • After looking Panurge in the face and making conclusions by metoposcopy and physiognomy, he casts his horoscope secundum artem, then, taking a branch of tamarisk, a...
  • Primary, as stars, proved by aphorisms, signs from physiognomy, metoposcopy, chiromancy. for more
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