use prophesied in a sentence.
I wish someone would revive the cyberpunk-prophesied revolution from the '80s: Virtual Reality.
I'm not even sure they read the review otherwise they would've seen their very own selfs and comments prophesied.
Over a nibble ago, when I was going through my Java love affair I remember a book I was reading, it prophesied Java in taosters.
Nowhere in the world can you escape from US omniscient powers nowadays, and I can't help think this may be the prophesied New World Order (or if you're a Christian, the "Great Abominable Church").
For a moment there, it seemed we were witnessing what had prophesied:"Now I've contracted hemorragic e-coli from cleaning cow stalls and I'm bleeding out my asshole.