Definition of Foreplans

1. foreplan [v] - See also: foreplan



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Foreplans

foreordinations
forepart
foreparts
forepast
forepaw
forepaws
forepeak
forepeaks
forepeople
foreperson
forepersons
foreplan
foreplane
foreplanes
foreplans (current term)
foreplays
forepossessed
foreprize
foreprized
foreprizes
foreprizing
forepromised
forequarter
forequarter amputation
forequarters
forequoted
foreran

Literary usage of Foreplans

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1. The Final Faith: A Statement of the Nature and Authority of Christianity as by William Douglas Mackenzie (1910)
"His will foreplans and His heart foresees. The years of our life flow to us like a river from beneath His throne. Now, if this fact in God were abruptly ..."

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