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In any case, he does not foresee theaters reopening before the fall, and when they do reopen, he does not expect things to come back with a bang.

United foresaw Rooney staying through the 2021 season, perhaps overlapping with Özil’s arrival.

We might foresee a return to the societies of our prehuman forebears, when, like chimpanzees and most other vertebrates, every individual literally had to remember everybody else in their society.

The chairman and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation brought singing gondoliers to the Las Vegas Strip and foresaw correctly that Asia would be an even bigger market.

From Fortune

Digital space, in line with the rest of the world, has gone through a lot of rethinking and reinventing, demonstrated resilience and agility, trying to foresee and comfort consumers in every single shift in their behavior.

Fine, if he has a good basis for foreseeing mutual compromises from the old foes.

It wasn't a question of foreseeing anything, just one of noticing what was in front of him—even if it didn't match his models.

"Send your wife up to the wedding," exclaimed the Doctor, foreseeing a happy solution.

Foreseeing refusal, it flaunted warlike preparations to crush the union under the iron heel.

Thy foreseeing wisdom takes care to send infatuation upon these detestable men who are so dangerous to us.

Religion, by its virtues, has but given a change to men; instead of foreseeing evils, it applies but insufficient remedies.

It had lain always at the mercy of her passions; she had given it to her passions to destroy, foreseeing the destruction.

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On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to foreseeing, such as: farsighted, perceptive, prescient, provident, and sagacious.

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

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