Entry from British & World English dictionary
A person who is supposedly able to predict a person’s future by interpreting the lines on the palms of their hands.
- In October 1656, Morin was told by a chiromancer that the following month would be fatal to him.
- A chiromancer looked at the forehead and hand of the boy, and predicted that ‘in short time he would make extraordinary proficience in the mercurial arts'.
- Doctor Sax is the caped fighter against these evils (chiromancer, alchemist of the night, and friend of the children).
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