Definitions

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  • v. To see at or from a distance.
  • v. To see by foresight; see clairvoyantly; view or sense telepathically.

Etymologies

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From far +‎ see. Compare Dutch verziend ("farseeing, long-sighted"), German fernsehen ("to look from afar, watch television").

Examples

  • I'm certain that most of the exotics can't farsee underground.

    The Golden Torc

  • In the first place, the enemy, showing an ability to farsee and outguess us that was almost as superior to ours as their weapons were, had removed through murder several of the great southern lords who had personal popularity enough to serve as rallying points for our soldiers.

    The Crystal Gryphon

  • In times of great danger he would farsee by the means of dreaming.

    The Crystal Gryphon

  • I cannot farsee your choices, and no word of mine must influence you in their making.

    The Crystal Gryphon

  • Though he had never said he could farsee, in that moment I knew that he was gripped by a compelling force which enabled him to envision the future uses of the thing I had found.

    The Crystal Gryphon

  • "If you can farsee, tell me what shield I can raise to defend myself."

    The Crystal Gryphon

  • On his Twitter feed Rafiq wrote: "What a ******* farsee (sic) ...

    Today in Sport – live!

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