foresight[ fawr-sahyt, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foresight
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORESIGHT
He knew that make of gun from toe to foresight; he could assemble it in the dark.
The programme traced by his minute foresight was carried out.
What we usually call luck is the result of foresight, skill and courage.
The execution of this grand design was a master-work of foresight and prudence.
Cold reason, foresight and calculation were the ministers of his indomitable will.
Their confidence in him increased a hundredfold by this proof of the accuracy of his foresight.
And when he spoke he showed considerable decision and foresight.
He had contrived his negotiations with a wonderful skill and foresight.
Foresight and ingenuity of the rarest kinds are demanded there.
He did so—but he did it without system, plan, foresight or judgment.