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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of prevision.

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Examples

  • Life is the product of mind; it was intended, purposed, “previsioned.”

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  • When the religious grannie says, “I previsioned this,” as she ignorantly gets carted away in the cab by the mafioso who do her in, a few moments later.

    Is Religion in Science Fiction Something New? Hardly!

  • But, speaking of fictionality… so were stories re satellites; trips to the moon; lasers; and so many other damn things SF has previsioned… fictional, that is.

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  • He rose with the words, as if he had too long forgotten her personality in the excitement of her previsioned career.

    The Woodlanders

  • Quite as in some great racing-stable an ambitious horseman might imagine that he detected in some likely filly the signs and lineaments of the future winner of a Derby, so in Berenice Fleming, in the quiet precincts of the Brewster School, Cowperwood previsioned the central figure of a Newport lawn fete or a London drawing-room.

    The Titan

  • She previsioned a time when all her life before he came into it would have dropped out of remembrance as a tale that is told.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, July 1908.

  • She had previsioned many moments in which she should disclose her unique value to a dazzled world, but most of them had seemed, even to herself, extremely unlikely to arrive.

    The Judge

  • Joffre and his associates of the council not only foresaw the war, but they quite clearly previsioned its extent and something of its character.

    Foch the Man

  • To this extent Dr. Surtaine had become a partisan of the new enterprise; that he, too, previsioned an ideal newspaper, a newspaper which, day by day, should uphold and defend the Best Interests of the Community, and, as an inevitable corollary, nourish itself on their bounty.

    The Clarion

  • For now it was the Tyro who went to bed, miserable and at odds with a hostile world; whereas Little Miss Grouch dreamed of a morrow, new, glorious, and irradiated with a more splendid adventurousness than her slave had ever previsioned.

    Little Miss Grouch A Narrative Based on the Log of Alexander Forsyth Smith's Maiden Transatlantic Voyage

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