Definition of foreknowledge in English:

foreknowledge

Syllabification: fore·knowl·edge
Pronunciation: /fôrˈnäləj
 
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noun

Awareness of something before it happens or exists.
More example sentences
  • For all things that were created appeared in their Creator's reason because they existed in his foreknowledge.
  • It simply means that our free will, within time, exists alongside God's foreknowledge, outside of time.
  • The media may not be clairvoyant, but their foreknowledge of all things electoral seems to be an entirely natural, irremovable part of the electoral exercise.

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