verb (used with object), fore·saw, fore·seen, fore·see·ing.
verb (used without object), fore·saw, fore·seen, fore·see·ing.
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Even then, Allen foresaw a day in which the likes of LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and Anthony Davis would dominate.
Hoffer foresaw that the New Class would try to govern the working people much as colonial officials governed the natives.The Revolt Against the Masses and the Roots of Modern Liberalism|Fred Siegel|January 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He sympathized with their difficulties, took pride in their triumphs, and foresaw with absolute confidence their ultimate success.
But the plan also foresaw the expiration of the Bush tax cuts and further tax reforms.
On Election Day itself, he gave the Venezuelan newspaper El Universal a quote indicating he foresaw the possibility of defeat.
I was afterwards to understand how serious a danger he then foresaw and thus predicted.Under the Prophet in Utah|Frank J. Cannon and Harvey J. O'Higgins
Concha foresaw that she was going to know the truth; a cruel truth with all the crudeness of a discovery in broad daylight.Woman Triumphant|Vicente Blasco Ibaez
Worse yet, it foresaw, we were now going to crown our outrages.The War With Mexico, Volume II (of 2)|Justin H. Smith
If he called the State the enemy of the individual, it was because he foresaw the day when the State might absorb the man.Iconoclasts|James Huneker
I foresaw that it would be easy for me to review them from the acquaintance I already had with their contents.Recollections of a Varied Life|George Cary Eggleston