[ pɹˈɒspɪʃənt], [ pɹˈɒspɪʃənt], [ p_ɹ_ˈɒ_s_p_ɪ_ʃ_ə_n_t]
Prospicient is an obsolete word that means having good prospects or being likely to succeed. Some antonyms for this word include dismal, hopeless, and unpromising. If something is described as dismal, it signifies an atmosphere of misery and despair, or a lack of hope for a better future. Hopeless, on the other hand, connotes a sense of finality, with no chance of success. Unpromising implies that the potential for success is slim or that the person or thing in question lacks the necessary qualities to achieve success. Thus, antonyms for prospicient express the negative qualities that hinder success and prosperity.
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