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foresighted

[ fawr-sahyt, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foresighted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORESIGHTED

I had been foresighted enough to fill some chests with gold.

Perhaps it was for them that a foresighted mother had left us alone together.

They are generous, foresighted, and in their relation to descendants affectionate.

I am not prejudiced as my parents were, but I am foresighted.

He was considerate, foresighted, and unobtrusive—a course of conduct which frightened her a little.

Curumilla was always the man we have seen him—prudent, foresighted, and silent—but with a double dose of each quality.

A brave and foresighted man, however treacherous at heart, can always be trusted to a certain extent.

The horse-drawn buses ranged along the curb were reserved for the foresighted and privileged few.

He had been foresighted enough to mark the very spot, only a scratch of stone on stone, but we could see to read in that light.

It wasnt easy to plan, and the foresighted planning, they knew, would mean the success or failure of their project.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1300, from fore- + sight (n.). Cf. German Vorsicht.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FORESIGHTED

wiser

adjectiveintelligent, reasonable
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