forecasts: Associated Words
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  • overoptimistic
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  • outperform
    • verb be or do something to a greater degree
      exceed; surpass; outgo; outstrip; outmatch; surmount; outdo.
      • her performance surpasses that of any other student I know
      • She outdoes all other athletes
      • This exceeds all my expectations
      • This car outperforms all others in its class

  • rosiest
    • adjective satellite reflecting optimism
      rose-colored.
      • a rosy future
      • looked at the world through rose-colored glasses
    • adjective satellite having the pinkish flush of health
      flushed; rose-cheeked; rosy-cheeked.

  • outperformed
    • verb be or do something to a greater degree
      exceed; surpass; outgo; outstrip; outmatch; surmount; outdo.
      • her performance surpasses that of any other student I know
      • She outdoes all other athletes
      • This exceeds all my expectations
      • This car outperforms all others in its class

  • ridership
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  • forecasts
    • noun a prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop
      prognosis.
    • verb predict in advance
      calculate.

  • judgemental
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  • initialized
    • verb assign an initial value to a computer program
      initialise.
    • verb divide (a disk) into marked sectors so that it may store data
      initialise; format.
      • Please format this disk before entering data!

  • judgmental
    • adjective depending on judgment
      • a judgmental error
      • I think that she is too judgmental to be a good therapist

  • predict
    • verb make a prediction about; tell in advance
      anticipate; forebode; foretell; call; promise; prognosticate.
      • Call the outcome of an election
    • verb indicate by signs
      omen; prefigure; auspicate; bode; betoken; portend; foreshadow; foretell; augur; prognosticate; forecast; presage.
      • These signs bode bad news

  • hydrometeorological
    Of or pertaining to hydrometeorology, or to rain, clouds, storms, etc.
  • generated
    • verb bring into existence
      bring forth.
      • The new manager generated a lot of problems
      • The computer bug generated chaos in the office
      • The computer generated this image
      • The earthquake generated a tsunami
    • verb give or supply
      return; yield; render; give.
      • The cow brings in 5 liters of milk
      • This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn
      • The estate renders some revenue for the family

  • astrological
    • adjective relating to or concerned with astrology
      • astrological chart

  • envisage
    • verb form a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case
      conceive of; ideate; imagine.
      • Can you conceive of him as the president?

  • doomsday
    • noun (New Testament) day at the end of time following Armageddon when God will decree the fates of all individual humans according to the good and evil of their earthly lives
      Day of Judgment; Day of Judgement; Judgment Day; Last Judgment; Judgement Day; eschaton; crack of doom; day of reckoning; end of the world; Last Day; Last Judgement.
    • noun an unpleasant or disastrous destiny
      day of reckoning; doom; end of the world.
      • everyone was aware of the approaching doom but was helpless to avoid it
      • that's unfortunate but it isn't the end of the world

  • predicting
    • verb make a prediction about; tell in advance
      anticipate; forebode; foretell; call; promise; prognosticate.
      • Call the outcome of an election
    • verb indicate by signs
      omen; prefigure; auspicate; bode; betoken; portend; foreshadow; foretell; augur; prognosticate; forecast; presage.
      • These signs bode bad news

  • probabilistic
    • adjective of or relating to the Roman Catholic philosophy of probabilism
    • adjective of or relating to or based on probability
      • probabilistic quantum theory

  • indicate
    • verb be a signal for or a symptom of
      bespeak; signal; betoken; point.
      • These symptoms indicate a serious illness
      • Her behavior points to a severe neurosis
      • The economic indicators signal that the euro is undervalued
    • verb indicate a place, direction, person, or thing; either spatially or figuratively
      show; designate; point.
      • I showed the customer the glove section
      • He pointed to the empty parking space
      • he indicated his opponents

  • preelection
    Election beforehand.
  • based
    • adjective satellite having a base
      • firmly based ice
    • verb use as a basis for; found on
      found; base; establish; ground.
      • base a claim on some observation

  • macroeconomic
    • adjective of or relating to macroeconomics

  • converge
    • verb be adjacent or come together
      meet.
      • The lines converge at this point
    • verb approach a limit as the number of terms increases without limit

  • econometric
    • adjective of or relating to econometrics
      • econometric theories

  • suggest
    • verb make a proposal, declare a plan for something
      propose; advise.
      • the senator proposed to abolish the sales tax
    • verb drop a hint; intimate by a hint
      hint.

  • bullish
    • adjective satellite expecting a rise in prices

  • predicted
    • verb make a prediction about; tell in advance
      anticipate; forebode; foretell; call; promise; prognosticate.
      • Call the outcome of an election
    • verb indicate by signs
      omen; prefigure; auspicate; bode; betoken; portend; foreshadow; foretell; augur; prognosticate; forecast; presage.
      • These signs bode bad news

  • pessimistic
    • adjective expecting the worst possible outcome

  • overestimated
    • noun an appraisal that is too high
      overappraisal; overestimation; overvaluation.
    • noun a calculation that results in an estimate that is too high
      overrating; overestimation; overreckoning.

  • optimistic
    • adjective expecting the best in this best of all possible worlds
      • in an optimistic mood
      • optimistic plans
      • took an optimistic view
    • adjective satellite expecting the best
      affirmative.
      • an affirmative outlook

  • underestimated
    • noun an estimation that is too low; an estimate that is less than the true or actual value
      underestimation; underreckoning; underrating.
    • verb assign too low a value to
      undervalue.
      • Don't underestimate the value of this heirloom-you may sell it at a good price

  • aerodrome
    • noun an airfield equipped with control tower and hangars as well as accommodations for passengers and cargo
      airport; drome; airdrome.

  • tend
    • verb have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined
      run; incline; lean; be given.
      • She tends to be nervous before her lectures
      • These dresses run small
      • He inclined to corpulence
    • verb have care of or look after
      • She tends to the children

  • disaggregate
    To destroy the aggregation of; to separate into component parts, as an aggregate mass.
  • concerning
    • noun something that interests you because it is important or affects you
      • the safety of the ship is the captain's concern
    • noun an anxious feeling
      fear; care.
      • care had aged him
      • they hushed it up out of fear of public reaction

  • volatility
    • noun the property of changing readily from a solid or liquid to a vapor
    • noun the trait of being unpredictably irresolute
      unpredictability.
      • the volatility of the market drove many investors away

  • forecasting
    • noun a statement made about the future
      prognostication; prediction; foretelling.
    • verb predict in advance
      calculate; forecast.

  • preseason
    • noun a period prior to the beginning of the regular season which is devoted to training and preparation

  • diverge
    • verb move or draw apart
      • The two paths diverge here
    • verb have no limits as a mathematical series

  • gloomiest
    • adjective satellite depressingly dark
      glooming; gloomful; sulky.
      • the gloomy forest
      • the glooming interior of an old inn
      • `gloomful' is archaic
    • adjective satellite filled with melancholy and despondency
      blue; downhearted; dispirited; down in the mouth; depressed; downcast; down; low; low-spirited; grim.
      • gloomy at the thought of what he had to face
      • gloomy predictions
      • a gloomy silence
      • took a grim view of the economy
      • the darkening mood
      • lonely and blue in a strange city
      • depressed by the loss of his job
      • a dispirited and resigned expression on her face
      • downcast after his defeat
      • feeling discouraged and downhearted

  • regarding
    • noun (usually preceded by `in') a detail or point
      respect.
      • it differs in that respect
    • noun paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)
      paying attention; attentiveness; heed.
      • his attentiveness to her wishes
      • he spends without heed to the consequences

  • hydrological
    Of or pertaining to hydrology.
  • issued
    • noun an important question that is in dispute and must be settled
      • the issue could be settled by requiring public education for everyone
      • politicians never discuss the real issues
    • noun one of a series published periodically
      number.
      • she found an old issue of the magazine in her dentist's waiting room

  • gloomier
    • adjective satellite depressingly dark
      glooming; gloomful; sulky.
      • the gloomy forest
      • the glooming interior of an old inn
      • `gloomful' is archaic
    • adjective satellite filled with melancholy and despondency
      blue; downhearted; dispirited; down in the mouth; depressed; downcast; down; low; low-spirited; grim.
      • gloomy at the thought of what he had to face
      • gloomy predictions
      • a gloomy silence
      • took a grim view of the economy
      • the darkening mood
      • lonely and blue in a strange city
      • depressed by the loss of his job
      • a dispirited and resigned expression on her face
      • downcast after his defeat
      • feeling discouraged and downhearted

  • deteriorates
    • verb become worse or disintegrate
      • His mind deteriorated
    • verb grow worse
      drop; devolve; degenerate.
      • Her condition deteriorated
      • Conditions in the slums degenerated
      • The discussion devolved into a shouting match

  • meteorological
    • adjective of or pertaining to atmospheric phenomena, especially weather and weather conditions
      meteoric; meteorologic.
      • meteorological factors
      • meteorological chart
      • meteoric (or meteorological) phenomena

  • materialize
    • verb come into being; become reality
      happen; materialise.
      • Her dream really materialized

  • bearish
    • adjective satellite expecting prices to fall

  • underestimate
    • noun an estimation that is too low; an estimate that is less than the true or actual value
      underestimation; underreckoning; underrating.
    • verb assign too low a value to
      undervalue.
      • Don't underestimate the value of this heirloom-you may sell it at a good price

  • weather
    • noun the atmospheric conditions that comprise the state of the atmosphere in terms of temperature and wind and clouds and precipitation
      atmospheric condition; conditions; weather condition.
      • they were hoping for good weather
      • every day we have weather conditions and yesterday was no exception
      • the conditions were too rainy for playing in the snow
    • verb face and withstand with courage
      brave out; brave; endure.
      • She braved the elements

  • using
    • noun an act that exploits or victimizes someone (treats them unfairly)
      exploitation; victimisation; victimization.
      • capitalistic exploitation of the working class
      • paying Blacks less and charging them more is a form of victimization
    • verb put into service; make work or employ for a particular purpose or for its inherent or natural purpose
      employ; apply; use; utilize; utilise.
      • use your head!
      • we only use Spanish at home
      • I can't use this tool
      • Apply a magnetic field here
      • This thinking was applied to many projects
      • How do you utilize this tool?
      • I apply this rule to get good results
      • use the plastic bags to store the food
      • He doesn't know how to use a computer

  • climatological
    Of or pertaining to climatology.
  • imply
    • verb express or state indirectly
      connote.
    • verb suggest as a logically necessary consequence; in logic

  • alarmist
    • noun a person who alarms others needlessly

  • differ
    • verb be different
      • These two tests differ in only one respect
    • verb be of different opinions
      dissent; disagree; take issue.
      • I beg to differ!
      • She disagrees with her husband on many questions

  • unbiased
    • adjective satellite characterized by a lack of partiality
      indifferent; unbiassed.
      • a properly indifferent jury
      • an unbiasgoted account of her family problems
    • adjective satellite without bias
      unbiassed.

  • prepared
    • adjective made ready or fit or suitable beforehand
      • a prepared statement
      • be prepared for emergencies
    • verb make ready or suitable or equip in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc
      set; prepare; fix; set up; gear up; ready.
      • Get the children ready for school!
      • prepare for war
      • I was fixing to leave town after I paid the hotel bill

  • weatherman
    • noun predicts the weather
      weather forecaster.

  • covering
    • noun a natural object that covers or envelops
      cover; natural covering.
      • under a covering of dust
      • the fox was flushed from its cover
    • noun an artifact that covers something else (usually to protect or shelter or conceal it)

  • inaccurate
    • adjective not exact
      • an inaccurate translation
      • the thermometer is inaccurate

  • overestimate
    • noun an appraisal that is too high
      overappraisal; overestimation; overvaluation.
    • noun a calculation that results in an estimate that is too high
      overrating; overestimation; overreckoning.



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