To have foreknowledge of, especially by supernatural means or through revelation.(verb-transitive)
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Use "foreknow" in a sentence
"Whom he did foreknow, that is, whom he designed for his friends and favourites."
"And let it be noticed further that if Paul had here used the term "foreknow" in the sense that election was based on mere foreknowledge, it would have contradicted his statement elsewhere that it is according to the good pleasure of God."
"In what sense are we to take the word "foreknow" here?"