Definition of Foreknew

1. Verb. (past of foreknow) ¹



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Definition of Foreknew

1. foreknow [v] - See also: foreknow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Foreknew

forein
forejudge
forejudged
forejudgement
forejudgements
forejudger
forejudgers
forejudges
forejudging
forejudgment
forejudgments
foreken
forekidney
foreking
forekings
foreknew (current term)
foreknow
foreknowable
foreknower
foreknowing
foreknowingly
foreknowledge
foreknowledges
foreknown
foreknows
forel
foreladies
forelady
forelaid
forelain

Literary usage of Foreknew

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1. An exposition of the epistles of st. Paul, and of the catholic epistles by John MacEvilly (1875)
"For whom he foreknew, he 29. Because those whom he foreknew, nay, «von also predestinated to be made con- predestined to a conformity in patience after the ..."

2. The Manna of the Soul: Meditations for Each Day of the Year by Paolo Segneri (1892)
"And if a man of his lofty virtue feared so greatly, what shouldst thou do who art so disposed to evil? THIRTEENTH DAY. Whom He foreknew He also ..."

3. West Coast Reporter: Containing All the Decisions as Fast as Filed, of the (1884)
"A stage left Boston with its complement of passengers, among whom were two young rnen who got into an argument on the question whether the Creator foreknew ..."

4. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1856)
"... joy foreknew that they led up to ; and, perchance, By his own consciousness of final bliss, He might the hearts of millions fortify.'—P. 22. ..."

5. The Primitive Doctrine of Election: Or, An Historical Inquiry Into the by George Stanley Faber (1842)
"... BECAUSE he foreknew that they would be devoted to him, and BECAUSE their foreseen holiness thus made them fit subjects for God's Election. ..."

6. The Library of Original Sources: Ideas that Have Influenced Civilization, in edited by Oliver Joseph Thatcher (1915)
"It is not the case, therefore, that because God foreknew what would be in ... Moreover, if He who foreknew what would be in the power of our wills did not ..."

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