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But she could not speak, or would not, foreknowing what must happen now that had never happened to her before.
STRADELLAF(RANCIS) MARION CRAWFORD
It is that with regard to the conduct of free beings, foreknowing is not the same as foreordaining.
THE TRUTH OF CHRISTIANITYWILLIAM HARRY TURTON
For had the man not prayed, God, foreknowing this, might not have arranged for the event to have happened.
THE TRUTH OF CHRISTIANITYWILLIAM HARRY TURTON
For thus to be a foreknowing tempter and occasion, unnecessarily, is to be a moral cause.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORYBAXTER RICHARD
The reversals of fortune, O Cadi, are swift and grievous, and beyond the foreknowing or advertence of men.

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION