- planning or tending to plan for the future; forward-looking.
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Examples from the Web for forward-thinking
Instead modernism became a style that was acceptable for “forward-thinking people”—not for communists, or socialists, or whatever.How Jews Created American Modernism
August 1, 2014
I think America has one of the most advanced, most forward-thinking marketing organizations in the world.Yes We Can Still Market: Why U.S. Brands Remain World’s Most Valuable
June 1, 2014
She ties with a forward-thinking lad named John, who refuses to marry any woman against her will.‘Free to Be…You and Me’ Did Not Emasculate Men
March 11, 2014
It came to feel in some ways like a forward-thinking message that was liberating for a lot of members of those congregations.‘Searching for Zion’: Emily Raboteau’s Hunt for the Promised Land
January 13, 2013
And in some forward-thinking nursing homes, older people are given privacy for sex with other residents.This Just In: Seniors Screw Too!
August 11, 2012