Definition of prescience in English:

prescience

Syllabification: pre·science
Pronunciation: /ˈpreSH(ē)əns, ˈprē-
 
 
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noun

The fact of knowing something before it takes place; foreknowledge: with extraordinary prescience, Jung actually predicted the Nazi eruption
More example sentences
  • Some of them have occurred exactly as predicted, and stand as proof of my prescience and insight.
  • A rereading, however, shows that he had imagined our future with incredible prescience and was rightly appalled by the vista.
  • ‘Unbelievable,’ Federer said, dwelling on his prescience.
Synonyms
farsightedness, foresight, foreknowledge; psychic powers, clairvoyance; prediction, prognostication, divination, prophecy, augury; insight, intuition, perception, percipience

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