Definition of Forethoughtful

1. Adjective. Thoughtful of the future. "Careful forethoughtful planning"

Similar to: Provident



Definition of Forethoughtful

1. a. Having forethought.

Definition of Forethoughtful

1. Adjective. Having or full of forethought; provident; proactive; visionary. ¹

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Definition of Forethoughtful

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forethoughtful

foretastes
foretasting
foretaught
foreteach
foreteeth
foretell
foreteller
foretellers
foretelleth
foretelling
foretells
forethink
forethinking
forethinks
forethought
forethoughtful (current term)
forethoughtfulness
forethoughts
forethrown
foretime
foretimes
foretoken
foretokened
foretokening
foretokens
foretold
foretooth
foretop
foretopgallant
foretopman

Literary usage of Forethoughtful

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1. Fletcherism, what it is ; Or, How I Became Young at Sixty by Horace Fletcher (1913)
"Don't bend backward too far. Don't ever overdo a good thing. Be temperate; be deliberate. Be thoughtful; be forethoughtful; ..."

2. The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine (1871)
"Civilization is, on the other hand, self-consistent, willing activity, forethoughtful in purpose, and persistent in design—an endeavour guided by an ideal, ..."

3. The Student's Handbook of Philosophy: Psychology by Benjamin Franklin Cocker (1882)
"If we ask, Where is this precognition, this forethoughtful query, which gives unity to, and is the motive and guide of all research, to be found ? the ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1897)
"THAT type of civilization cannot be regarded as ideal or forethoughtful which * Concluding section of the address on ' Improvident Civilization ' by the ..."

5. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1889)
"3 This way of observing, if not the best astronomically, is no doubt the natural one—a special case of the general tendency that makes man forethoughtful. ..."

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