- having foresight; sagacious; discerning.
- able to see objects distinctly at a great distance: Hawks are farseeing birds.
Origin of farseeing
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Examples from the Web for far-seeing
Companies like Google and Facebook have strived—and thrived—by keeping their far-seeing geniuses on board.Regrets From the Man Who Fired Steve Jobs
Thomas E. Weber
June 6, 2010
Mr. Weston had not been a rich man, nor had he been a far-seeing, provident man.Life in London
You, the people alone, you have been far-seeing and prophetic; but not they.Diary from November 12, 1862, to October 18, 1863
That he was energetic, far-seeing, and calculating, he could not doubt.Daughters of the Revolution and Their Times
Charles Carleton Coffin
As a statesman he was prudent, wise, sagacious, far-seeing and true.
The Starets was one of the most far-seeing and mercenary scoundrels.The Minister of Evil
William Le Queux
- having shrewd judgment; far-sighted
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