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It was only because the natives had been cold-bloodedly foresighted that He was still alive.
THE WORSHIPPERSDAMON FRANCIS KNIGHT
The horse-drawn buses ranged along the curb were reserved for the foresighted and privileged few.
A TRAVELLER IN WAR-TIMEWINSTON CHURCHILL
Curumilla was always the man we have seen him—prudent, foresighted, and silent—but with a double dose of each quality.
THE GOLD-SEEKERSGUSTAVE AIMARD
The Greeks, of course, made Prometheus mean ‘foresighted,’ providens; but let it be granted that the Germans know better.
MODERN MYTHOLOGYANDREW LANG
And his cares on behalf of commerce and mining show him to have had a very broad and foresighted view of husbandry.
PLAYS BY AUGUST STRINDBERG, FOURTH SERIESAUGUST STRINDBERG
“This stag is a foresighted surgeon; he is saving you from an apoplexy,” replied Ulenspiegel.
THE LEGEND OF ULENSPIEGEL, VOL. II (OF 2)CHARLES DE COSTER
About him were pioneer farmers, as well as foresighted engrossers of the land.
THE FRONTIER IN AMERICAN HISTORYFREDERICK JACKSON TURNER
For the first time since the expedition started out the colonel became normal, a man of action, cool in the head, and foresighted.
THE ADVENTURES OF KATHLYNHAROLD MACGRATH
Swanhild has already foretold my death, and, as thou knowest well, she is foresighted.
ERIC BRIGHTEYESH. RIDER HAGGARD
The arrangement of that password in itself showed how cleverly Rudolph Rayne was foresighted in all his plans.
THE GOLDEN FACEWILLIAM LE QUEUX
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