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See definition of foreknown on Dictionary.com
  • as indivine
  • as inexpect
  • as inforesee
  • as inforetell

synonyms for foreknown

  • deduce
  • discern
  • foresee
  • foretell
  • infer
  • prophesy
  • surmise
  • visualize
  • anticipate
  • apprehend
  • conjecture
  • forebode
  • foreknow
  • guess
  • intuit
  • perceive
  • predict
  • previse
  • prognosticate
  • see
  • suppose
  • suspect
  • understand
  • crystal-ball
  • crystal-ball it
  • forefeel
  • go out on a limb
  • opine
  • see in the cards
  • take a shot
  • take a stab
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antonyms for foreknown

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  • calculate
  • disbelieve
  • know
  • misinterpret
  • misunderstand
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How to use foreknown in a sentence

Could we have foreknown the history of its first couple of years, there would have been no federation in our time.
THIRTY YEARS IN AUSTRALIAADA CAMBRIDGE
Of your lives ye should have been deprived, had I foreknown that peril.
THE ELDER EDDAS OF SAEMUND SIGFUSSON; AND THE YOUNGER EDDAS OF SNORRE STURLESONSAEMUND SIGFUSSON AND SNORRE STURLESON
God must have foreknown that this religious strife would end in bloodshed.
THE BIBLE: WHAT IT ISCHARLES BRADLAUGH
As the sacrificial death of the Lamb of God was foreknown and foretold so the circumstances of the betrayal were foreseen.
JESUS THE CHRISTJAMES EDWARD TALMAGE
The solemn purpose cannot dignify, but only accentuates by contrast the foreknown futility.
THE DEVIL'S DICTIONARYAMBROSE BIERCE
Thus the order of nature is fixed and eternal, ordained and foreknown from all time.
GIORDANO BRUNOJAMES LEWIS MCINTYRE
His apostasy, too, however some would hesitate to regard it as predetermined, all will allow to have been foreknown.
THE RELIGION OF GEOLOGY AND ITS CONNECTED SCIENCESEDWARD HITCHCOCK
God may have foreknown how a man would use or misuse his freedom, but without foreordaining or compelling him to do either.
THE TRUTH OF CHRISTIANITYWILLIAM HARRY TURTON
Had I foreknown his death, as you suggest, I would have bespoke my mourning.
SKETCHES AND STUDIES IN ITALY AND GREECE, SECOND SERIESJOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS
Such things, however much foreknown, are in their occurrence free.
THE CONSOLATION OF PHILOSOPHYBOETHIUS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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