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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Contemporary Examples of foresee
There is no way to foresee a future that still hides in turmoil.Here’s What the U.S. Has to Do to Deal With the Mad Middle East
Leslie H. Gelb
July 16, 2014
What he could not foresee was that a half century later Freedom Summer would not be ancient history.The 1964 Miss. Freedom Summer Protests Won Progress At a Bloody Price
June 21, 2014
Our brains can foresee that if we let natural selection take its course then it could be disastrous in the long run.
Natural selection cannot favor long-term gain, but our brains can foresee certain courses of action.
We build models and theories and tell people that we can calculate and foresee the future.Five Ways to Improve Economics
January 8, 2013
Historical Examples of foresee
Was it not the part of common prudence to "foresee the evil and hide?"A New Sensation
She had quite failed to foresee the awful plight in which she now found herself.The Red and the Black
How presently it was to break in tragic violence I could not foresee.Tales of Chinatown
But for reasons which she could not foresee, Madge's apology was to be delayed indefinitely.Madge Morton's Secret
Amy D. V. Chalmers
I fight this woman not only because she fights me, but because I foresee the most appalling catastrophe.The Longest Journey
E. M. Forster