foresight

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Knowledge or sound judgment into a future event that may or may not occur. A person can develop a sense of foresight through current knowledge, past experiences with similar situations, or simply through intuition. "An interviewee should have the foresight of leaving for an interview early in the event that unforeseen circumstances occur that would make the interviewee late otherwise."

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We're not sure if you have the foresight to pick the right stocks, so we're going to let you get the coffee instead.
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We had the foresight to plan, we then worked our plan, thanks to our decision, we were set up for the best deal possible.
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He had the gift of foresight and could see things which had not happened yet in great detail and great clarity.
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