foreknown foreknown


  • (v) realize beforehand



  1. Where groups or individuals analyzed public reactions it was with a thought of their use, of their conscious manipulation to achieve a foreknown effect for the benefit of the .
  2. Yet, although the President's reasons were foreknown, his restatement of them in the Coolidge vernacular did not lessen their force as an expression of the point of view for .


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    *Hollywood, CA. After spending years on the sidelines beautifying the likes of Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin, Destiny’s Child, Mikki Howard, Sheryl Lee Ralph and the late Vesta Williams, Sir Tony Walk has finally emerged center stage with the melodious voice and star appeal that was only foreknown to his closest friends. Tony is a star […]
    on February 15, 2014     Source: EURweb

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