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forethought

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforethoughtfore‧thought /ˈfɔːθɔːt $ ˈfɔːrθɒːt/ noun [uncountable]  THINK ABOUTcareful thought or planning before you do somethingforesightthe forethought to do something No one had the forethought to bring a map.
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forethoughtPerhaps they are just more practised in forethought, especially if they have children.But a little forethought will help you avoid the drudgery of mixing, baking and cooking your New Year spread.Second, his crew scheduling shows little forethought.A long backpacking trip requires a lot of forethought.No, fair do's, it takes a lot of forethought to come up with that one.All this is culled from letters from people who had the forethought to record the event.had the forethoughtThey had had the forethought to post him in the garden.All this is culled from letters from people who had the forethought to record the event.
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