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prescient

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprescientpre‧sci‧ent /ˈpresiənt $ ˈpreʃənt, ˈpriː-/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 FUTUREable to imagine or know what will happen in the futureprescience noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
prescientThat he insisted I drive him showed that my decision not to keep the jeep with me was prescient.The parting between the two great composers was poignantly prescient.Howes thought it a prescient occasion.They proved to be prescient on both counts.In the wake of the Los Angeles riots, it would be foolish to ignore Galbraith's prescient warnings.That passage appeared prescient when the disastrous wreck on the Scillies scuttled four warships.
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