Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He foreknows, so it is argued, but He does so because He has foreordained.

If God foresees events, he foreknows them as they are, and not as they are not.

The Czar might demand an indemnity such as he foreknows that Czernova could not, and would not pay.

In every case God foreknows the result, not in spite of, but because He also foreknows, the man's conduct on which it depends.

Accordingly Circe foretells, and Ulysses foreknows; the two are counterparts.

To a lover the sight of his mistress is always unexpected, though he foreknows the very moment of her coming.