Definitions

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  • n. One who farsees; prophet; soothsayer; fortuneteller.
  • n. An instrument or tool used to farsee; scope.

Etymologies

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From farsee +‎ -er. Compare German Fernseher ("television").

Examples

  • First of all, I love to read, and admittedly not so much the fantasy genre, but you, sir, make tolkien seem as interesting to read as a dictionary, make the belgariad look like a child's book, make robin hobb's farseer trilogy seem about as epic as a fart.

    The Hard Call

  • It is visible from the ground, even without a farseer.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Seize the Fire

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  • Sure, they could've stayed home and watched on the farseer, but this was history happening, the first real flight of the beast that should eventually land humans on yonder moon.

    Operation Luna

  • The glare and noise of the farseer deepened it in every other corner.

    Operation Luna

  • Elsewhere lamps, a farseer and music runer, a well-filled bookcase, and austere furniture stood on handsome rugs.

    Operation Luna

  • We didn't want a farseer bezel and a string of banal questions thrust at us.

    Operation Luna

  • That farseer show about spies was among his favorites.

    Operation Luna

  • The farseer was concluding an English-language performance of Gounod's Faust.

    Operation Luna

  • Unfortunately, not only did a farseer infest the joint, the volume was high.

    Operation Luna

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