Perception of the significance and nature of events before they have occurred.(noun)
Care in providing for the future; prudence. See Synonyms at prudence.(noun)
The act of looking forward.(noun)
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Use "foresight" in a sentence
"From what I hear tell, the foresight is a side effect of the genetic selection and enhancement process that was used when my parents decided to have a child."
"The only notable place this foresight is applied in the U.S., as I see it, is for our formidable war machine."
"Kotane's clear insight into the problems of our movement developed in him what we call a foresight; almost a premonition."