- n a prophetic vision (as in a dream)
- n the power to foresee the future
- n seeing ahead; knowing in advance; foreseeing
- n the act of predicting (as by reasoning about the future)
- The people she picked to run her magazine obviously lacked prevision.
- Some sentimentalists, nursing a murky prevision of man as a fat smudge in a chair hovering before a cyclopean TV, with only his massive eyes and a few fingers intact for fixing .
- Thus this vasty Audubon, who could prevision the cities that were to mar and befoul his beautiful Ohio River; the laying waste of the forests; the slaughter of the deer and wild .
- Graham Turner in Sportinglife.com
We've been talking to Watford, Lionel and his representatives and it looks likely that the loan will be renewed with the prevision that there will be a 24-hour recall in it,said Turner on the club's official website. "That's the best we...