Her prescience and her instincts go unheeded, and the damage that she causes threatens to consume her altogether.
Blue Leaves also attracted Stiller with its prescience about our society's obsession with fame.
Rather than celebrating their prescience, the bloggers sound downright dismayed.
Proving that in this case, provenance—and prescience—can be quite lucrative.
Admiration for the past mingles with prescience of the future.
What prescience does all this imply—prescience no where to be found but in God!
This grub, so poor in sensory organs, gives us with its prescience no little food for reflection.
Isabel, with that prescience she had about the minds of people, knew what it meant.
Roger Holland had an unction from the Holy One, and his prescience was true.
Take, for example, the prescience of a skilled business man.