prevision[ pri-vizh-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF prevision
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For which prevision he was rewarded with a stinging smack on the head.
Was this coincidence, or prevision, or what Mr. Dessoir calls the 'falsification of memory'?
The correctness of Mr. Gallatin's prevision was soon apparent.
Her prevision that, when she loved, it would be desperately, had been fulfilled.
It is now clear that his instinct was sure, his prevision acute.
In just this does the prevision of the future by common sense consist.
Prevision of a bloody fray filled the boy's mind, but he could not retreat.
But China, if my prevision be correct, is going to do nothing of the kind.
The party had found the four, but his prevision had not failed him.
But the king's prevision and the keen eyes of his bowbearer were alike at fault.