prescient[ presh-uhnt, ‐ee-uhnt pree-shuhnt, ‐shee-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF prescient
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRESCIENT
She stood still, but there was a prescient flash in her eyes as she looked at him.
Her words overpowered me almost by the weight of prescient meaning she gave them.
A guy with a dream—or perhaps a prescient glimpse of his own future.
She looked at him with an inquiry which held a sort of prescient reserve.
For one who is not prescient of all future things is not God.
There had been other instances of perception of a presence and of a prescient foreboding.
How prescient of disaster they had felt—but how little they had appraised its force!
A conclusion so prescient that her brother gasped with astonishment.
She squeezed the bundle closer with the prescient pang of parting.
In this arrangement Caleb proved himself, as usual, prescient.