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  • adv. In a farsighted manner.


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farsighted +‎ -ly


  • A memorable event occurred in 1854 when Riemann farsightedly set forth this duality in his renowned


  • They thought -- very cautiously and farsightedly -- of picking us, if it seemed wise.


  • The defects of Madison as a War-President he had long foreseen; the need of reorganizing the Executive Departments he had pointed out as soon as war became inevitable; and the problem of financing the war he had attacked farsightedly, fearlessly, and without regard to political consistency.

    Jefferson and His Colleagues; a chronicle of the Virginia dynasty

  • The ideal pecuniary man is like the ideal delinquent in his unscrupulous conversion of goods and persons to his own ends, and in a callous disregard of the feelings and wishes of others and of the remoter effects of his actions; but he is unlike him in possessing a keener sense of status, and in working more consistently and farsightedly to a remoter end.

    The theory of the leisure class; an economic study of institutions


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