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  • adv. In a foresighted manner.


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  • The baby burps and yellow fluid coils from its mouth onto the towel Harry has foresightedly laid over his shoulder.


  • Ginny foresightedly borrowed Val's and Ben's back-country gear and did likewise for it.

    Operation Luna

  • Simon's own original eyewitness statement had foresightedly avoided direct reference to them — because even then he had been thinking ahead to the inquest.

    Salvage for the Saint

  • We sailed for America toward the end of December 1939 on the Cunard liner Georgic - using tickets that my father had foresightedly bought in Germany a year and half earlier.

    Arno Penzias - Autobiography

  • Alianora foresightedly continued to pick up bits of wood and straw, among the animal bones scattered along the way.

    Three Hearts and Three Lions

  • One watching him in 1830 said foresightedly: "Lincoln has touched land at last."

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • As Schuyler Colfax was going West, Lincoln, in bidding him the last farewell, said foresightedly:

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • One watching him in 1830 said foresightedly: “Lincoln has touched land at last.”

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • Had she not foresightedly kept it so long with some such purpose in view?

    Villa Elsa A Story of German Family Life

  • East Africa, using the mighty navy they foresightedly built up to forestall anyone who has a problem with that.

    Russia Blog


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