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Prescience meaning

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prescience - examples of usage

  1. But, as they marched along, full many whispers ran along that motley little company and gave some prescience of the clamor that would come if all their bridled tongues should really become loose again, for, now, they only spoke in whispers dreading discovery of what they were about to do by some of those against whose orders they were doing it.
  2. There may have been a stern prescience in this, as well as generosity to his luxury- loving nephew.
  3. " Let me tell William-" He was about, in spite of Cassandra's protest, to reach the door, when Mrs. Hilbery, either warned by the parlor- maid or conscious with her usual prescience of the need for her intervention, opened the door and smilingly surveyed them. - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
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