Definition of 'prescience'
Example sentences containing 'prescience'
AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR (2005)
The storm is a law unto itself; nobody, not even a power of Cesaria ' s prescience, may control or predict it once it's in motion.GALILEE (2005)
Salter allowed the Mountie his prescience, realizing that however it was qualified, he was probably right.A BODY SURROUNDED BY WATER (2005)
Chee had watched her, examining her grief for some sign of pretense and thinking that her prescience was hardly remarkable.SKINWALKERS (2005)
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