foreseeable[ fawr-see, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foreseeable
Synonyms for foreseeable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORESEEABLE
In the foreseeable future they are not likely to be significantly lower.
Certainly, no one likes to be rationed on water and meat throughout the foreseeable future.
These kept changing by the year and hour, and will continue to change for the foreseeable and unforeseeable future.
For the foreseeable future, our standing forces must remain much larger than voluntary methods can sustain.
He couldn't possibly cross fingers against all foreseeable disasters.
But a man might better lose life itself rather than the only gun he had or could hope to get, at least in the foreseeable future.
Then she asked: "Is it probable that we will make contact with this supposedly superior race in the foreseeable future?"
The (p. 161) Service Forces commander called integration infeasible "for the present and foreseeable future."
Therefore, for the foreseeable future the threat of nuclear war must be addressed even though it will be less likely than before.
We set no limitation whatever as to quantity and with no foreseeable limit as to time.