Foresight

Fore"sight`

(?), n. 1. The act or the power of foreseeing; prescience; foreknowledge. Milton.
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2. Action in reference to the future; provident care; prudence; wise forethought.
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This seems an unseasonable foresight.
Milton.
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A random expense, without plan or foresight.
Burke.
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3. (Surv.) Any sight or reading of the leveling staff, except the backsight; any sight or bearing taken by a compass or theodolite in a forward direction.
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4. (Gun.) Muzzle sight. See Fore sight, under Fore, a.
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