Definition of previse in English:
verb[with object] literary
Late 16th century: from Latin praevis- 'foreseen, anticipated', from the verb praevidere, from prae 'before' + videre 'to see'.
- Example sentences
- Unfortunately, for obtaining a prevision of such events, not a penny was spent.
- Is the appearance of design in organisms (as exhibited in their functional complexity) the result of purely natural forces acting without prevision or teleology?
- The only fiction which she ever wrote in the first person, it tells of a young man, Latimer, whose dubious gift of prevision causes him repeatedly to relive the moment of his approaching death.
Words that rhyme with previseadvise, apprise, apprize, arise, assize, capsize, chastise, comprise, demise, despise, devise, downsize, excise, flies, guise, incise, low-rise, misprize, outsize, prise, prize, remise, revise, rise, size, surmise, surprise, uprise, wise
Definition of previse in:
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