foresight definition

  • noun:
    • Perception associated with value and nature of occasions before they usually have happened.
    • attention in supplying for the future; prudence. See Synonyms at prudence.
    • Perception regarding the significance and nature of events before they will have happened.
    • The act of excited.
    • treatment in providing money for hard times; prudence. See Synonyms at prudence.
    • Perception for the importance and nature of events before they've taken place.
    • The act of looking forward.
    • The ability to anticipate or prepare carefully for future years.
    • treatment in supplying for the future; prudence. See Synonyms at prudence.
    • the capability to foresee or prepare sensibly for the future.
    • the leading picture on a rifle or similar tool
    • the leading picture on a rifle or similar tool
    • The act of anticipating.
    • a bearing taken forwards towards an innovative new object
    • a bearing taken forwards towards a new item
    • The ability to anticipate or prepare sensibly for future years.
    • the leading picture on a rifle or comparable tool
    • The work or even the power of foreseeing; prescience; foreknowledge.
    • a bearing taken forwards towards a new object
    • The work or perhaps the power of foreseeing; prescience; foreknowledge.
    • Action in reference to the future; provident attention; prudence; sensible forethought.
    • Action in mention of the the near future; provident attention; prudence; smart forethought.
    • Any sight or reading associated with leveling staff, except the backsight; any picture or bearing taken by a-compass or theodolite in a forward path.
    • The act or the energy of foreseeing; prescience; foreknowledge.
    • Any picture or reading associated with leveling staff, except the backsight; any sight or bearing taken by a-compass or theodolite in a forward direction.
    • Action in mention of the the near future; provident treatment; prudence; wise forethought.
    • Muzzle sight. See Fore picture, under Fore, a.
    • Any picture or reading of this leveling staff, except the backsight; any sight or bearing taken by a-compass or theodolite in a forward way.
    • The work or power of foreseeing; prescience; foreknowledge.
    • Muzzle picture. See Fore sight, under Fore, a.
    • Provident care; prudence in guarding against evil; precaution.
    • The act or power of foreseeing; prescience; foreknowledge.
    • In surveying, a forward sight or reading of a leveling-staff; any bearing taken by a compass forward.
    • Muzzle sight. See Fore sight, under Fore, a.
    • The sight regarding muzzle of a gun.
    • Provident care; prudence in guarding against evil; safety measure.
    • seeing ahead; knowing beforehand; foreseeing
    • The work or energy of foreseeing; prescience; foreknowledge.
    • In surveying, a forward picture or reading of a leveling-staff; any bearing taken by a compass ahead.
    • Provident care; prudence in guarding against evil; precaution.
    • providence by virtue of planning prudently money for hard times
    • The sight on the muzzle of a gun.
    • seeing forward; knowing beforehand; foreseeing
    • providence by virtue of preparation prudently for future years
    • In surveying, a forward picture or reading of a leveling-staff; any bearing taken by a-compass ahead.
    • The sight from the muzzle of a gun.
    • witnessing ahead; knowing beforehand; foreseeing
    • providence by virtue of planning prudently money for hard times
    • Perception for the relevance and nature of events before obtained taken place.
    • Care in offering for the future; prudence. See Synonyms at prudence.
    • The act of excited.
    • the capability to foresee or prepare carefully money for hard times.
    • leading sight on a rifle or similar tool
    • a bearing taken forwards towards a object
    • The act and/or energy of foreseeing; prescience; foreknowledge.
    • Action in mention of tomorrow; provident care; prudence; sensible forethought.
    • Any sight or reading for the leveling staff, except the backsight; any picture or bearing taken by a-compass or theodolite in a forward course.
    • Muzzle sight. See Fore picture, under Fore, a.
    • The work or power of foreseeing; prescience; foreknowledge.
    • Provident care; prudence in guarding against evil; preventative measure.
    • In surveying, a forward picture or reading of a leveling-staff; any bearing taken by a-compass ahead.
    • The picture regarding the muzzle of a gun.
    • seeing forward; once you understand beforehand; foreseeing
    • providence by virtue of planning prudently money for hard times
  • adjective:
    • that one for the two places of a gun that will be nearby the muzzle.
    • this one regarding the two sights of a gun that will be nearby the muzzle.
    • that one of the two places of a gun which will be nearby the muzzle.
    • any particular one for the two places of a firearm which will be near the muzzle.

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