What is another word for horoscope?

Pronunciation: [hˈɒɹəskˌə͡ʊp] (IPA)

There are a variety of synonyms that can be used in place of the word "horoscope" depending on the context or the type of astrology being referenced. Some common alternatives may include "zodiac reading," "astrological forecast," "natal chart interpretation," or simply "astrology reading." Additionally, there are some more specific terms that refer to different approaches to astrology, such as "Vedic horoscope," "Chinese zodiac," or "western astrology chart." Regardless of the terminology used, all of these references speak to the practice of using the positions of celestial bodies to gain insights into our personalities, tendencies, and potential future outcomes.

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Usage examples for Horoscope

Words failed Lily Rose, but she sighed a far-seeing blissful sigh of exquisite happiness at her horoscope.
"Amarilly of Clothes-line Alley"
Belle K. Maniates
This was in January of 1850, and I am driven to curiosity as to the subsequent career of the young German savant, who in that state of American political evolution was capable of drawing the horoscope of a nation, as it has been in recent times fulfilled; who saw in the crude notions of political economy of that prosperous yesterday the germs of the political blunders and errors of to-day.
"The Autobiography of a Journalist, Volume I"
William James Stillman
Quoth the king to them, "Acquaint me with his horoscope and ye shall have assurance of pardon and have naught to fear."
"Supplemental Nights, Volume 1"
Richard F. Burton

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