- of the nature of, resembling, or suggesting an oracle: an oracular response.
- giving forth utterances or decisions as if by special inspiration or authority.
- uttered or delivered as if divinely inspired or infallible; sententious.
- ambiguous; obscure.
- portentous; ominous.
- of or relating to an oracleApollo had his oracular shrine at Delphi
- wise and prophetican oracular political thriller
- mysterious or ambiguous
adj.1670s, from Latin oraculum (see oracle) + -ar.