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In the hybrid workplace, though, holding a productive, even enjoyable meeting is going to require more forethought and mindfulness to avoid massive frustration.

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Starting a software company 7,900 miles southwest of Silicon Valley requires some forethought and not a small amount of crazy.

Protecting your little dog in the winter will require a bit of extra fabric and forethought, especially in snowy environments, below-freezing climates, or on windy days.

Clearly, gender creative parenting involves work, vigilance, and forethought, and while it’s not for everyone, it’s a compelling enough idea to stick in your mind like glue.

A forethought and an afterthought frame the four chapters with reflections on the way Smith came to the work, the way the project affected him and what he allows himself to hope for at its conclusion.

With a lot of forethought, he wields an 8-pound maul through timber.

Their way of mourning, according to the pastor, involved research, meditation, and forethought.

We ought to guard that evidence of American exceptionalism with great care and forethought.

The difference, Folmar says, is that his mother had the forethought to get him into job-training programs at a young age.

At least this time there was forethought on how the two firms could be restructured.

Their works are not a momentary inspiration; they are the result of forethought, long and painstaking.

Our commander had the forethought to see that we lay well out of range of the small-arms of the period.

The question was set at rest by his forethought, disclosed by the arrival of some large packages addressed to her.

See the rivers, how they run,Changeless toward the changeless sea;All around is forethought sure,Fixed will and stern decree.

With forethought and summoned patience they can endure great agonies; but a sudden pang, unexpected, overwhelms them.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to forethought, such as: anticipation, caution, deliberation, discreetness, discretion, and foresight.

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