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oracular (adj.)

"of or pertaining to, or of the nature of, an oracle or oracles," 1670s, from Latin oraculum (see oracle) + -ar. The older word was oraculous (1610s). Related: Oracularity.

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Definitions of oracular

oracular (adj.)
of or relating to an oracle;
able by oracular means to expose a witch
oracular (adj.)
obscurely prophetic;
an oracular message
Synonyms: Delphic
oracular (adj.)
resembling an oracle in obscurity of thought;
the oracular sayings of Victorian poets
Synonyms: enigmatic
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