Prospicience W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY
pros-PIH-shee-ensPart of speech: ProspicienceOrigin: Latin, late 15th century
1The action of looking forward.2Foresight.
 
Examples of Prospicience in a sentence “The inventor had the prospicience that his creations would change the world someday.” “Grandma has an almost uncanny sense of prospicience with her weather predictions.”

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