Origin of forethought
Examples from the Web for forethought
With a lot of forethought, he wields an 8-pound maul through timber.
Their way of mourning, according to the pastor, involved research, meditation, and forethought.Parties Avoid Talk of Trayvon Martin Death in Shadow of Tampa|Matthew DeLuca|August 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We ought to guard that evidence of American exceptionalism with great care and forethought.As Income Inequality Widens, Rich Presidential Candidates Dominate|John Avlon|July 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The difference, Folmar says, is that his mother had the forethought to get him into job-training programs at a young age.
At least this time there was forethought on how the two firms could be restructured.
"That's just fine, Oscar," commented the scout master, as though pleased at so great a show of forethought in two of his charges.Camp Fires of the Wolf Patrol|Alan Douglas
All of this care and forethought is expended on young which the mother will never see.The Dawn of Reason|James Weir
It may help to cultivate this virtue, to practise some forethought.Friends and Neighbors|Anonymous
His forethought, which went quite as far as ours, extended to bringing them grain for their subsistence.The Original Fables of La Fontaine|Jean de la Fontaine
Yet, in the back of my mind, I smiled at my own forethought.A Soldier of the Legion|Edward Morlae