Mr. Weston had not been a rich man, nor had he been a far-seeing, provident man.
You, the people alone, you have been far-seeing and prophetic; but not they.
That he was energetic, far-seeing, and calculating, he could not doubt.
As a statesman he was prudent, wise, sagacious, far-seeing and true.
The Starets was one of the most far-seeing and mercenary scoundrels.
That argument seemed to impress the shrewd and far-seeing Frenchman.
But Winter was a kindly if far-seeing student of human nature.
This was all in accord with the far-seeing and generous policy of the laundry.
He was a far-seeing boy and would be likely to think of these things.
Needless to praise his courage, to which he joined a far-seeing policy.