- hindu calendar,
- hindu kush,
- hindu-arabic numeral,
Origin of hindsight
Examples from the Web for hindsight
In hindsight, however, he feels that the suspension has “had a positive impact on the fraternal community.”
The anti-Monty school say they do not have them, or are interpreting them with hindsight.Blood in the Sand: When James Jones Wrote a Grunt’s View of D-Day|James Jones|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In hindsight, it is one of the more cringe-inducing campaign promises Barack Obama ever made.
But in hindsight, they were just part of the journey to get me to where I stand today.
His position is that he knows the truth because he was there and that the SSCI wrote the report with 20/20 hindsight.
Down here a man could line the notch of his hindsight with the bead.When the West Was Young|Frederick R. Bechdolt
Hindsight alone is not wisdom, and second-guessing is not a strategy.
Mr. Masterson notched up his hindsight for seven hundred yards.The Sunset Trail|Alfred Henry Lewis
This was so much of the "I-told-you-so" order that I had a good laugh at him for his "hindsight."The Bright Side of Prison Life|Samuel A. Swiggett
I'm mostly stronger on hindsight than I am on foresight, but this hyar's onct I sorta lined 'em both up an' got a good bead.Bring Me His Ears|Clarence E. Mulford
by 1841, "backsight of a firearm," from hind (adj.) + sight. Meaning "seeing what has happened" is attested by 1862, American English, (in proverbial "If our foresight was as good as our hindsight, it would be an easy matter to get rich"), probably a formation on the model of foresight.