Definition of Foreplan
1. to plan beforehand [v FOREPLANNED, FOREPLANNING, FOREPLANS]
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Literary usage of Foreplan
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1. The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1908)
"None of us can tell, those things are all in God's foreplan of evolution, when the time is ripe it will come about. (Do you in your world cherish hard ..."
2. The Flock by Mary Hunter Austin (1906)
"The flock came to the meadows; they fed close; then the foreplan- ning herder turned the creek from its course to water it anew and the rainbow trout died ..."
3. A Supplementary English Glossary by Thomas Lewis Owen Davies (1881)
"foreplan, to prearrange. She had learnt very little more than what had been already foreseen and ..."
4. Bird Or Feather Convention by John Bunyan Robinson (1910)
"... Nonentity in tombs of darkness waits; No constellation blinks the universe. Archangel, cherubim and seraphim, foreplan Jehovah's profound ..."
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