1 It was possible to foresee that the coming winter would be a hard one.
2 We shall be down there, a few hours before, but shall require rest: especially the young lady, who may have greater need of firmness than either you or I can quite foresee just now.
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3 His genius and ardour had seemed to foresee and to command his prosperous path.
4 How the long stage would pass; how it was to affect their manners; what was to be their sort of intercourse, she could not foresee.
5 My dear fellow," said he, "Holmes, with all his wisdom, did not foresee some things which have happened since I have been on the moor.
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6 The shocks of youthful minds among themselves have this admirable property, that one can never foresee the spark, nor divine the lightning flash.
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7 Marius had already seen too much of life not to know that nothing is more imminent than the impossible, and that what it is always necessary to foresee is the unforeseen.
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8 Monsieur, I love men of your kidney; and I foresee plainly that if we don't kill each other, I shall hereafter have much pleasure in your conversation.
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9 He appeared to foresee all, to divine all, to anticipate all.
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10 I have just received your letter, and shall devote this whole morning to answering it, as I foresee that a little writing will not comprise what I have to tell you.
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11 I was superstitious about dreams then, and am still; and Catherine had an unusual gloom in her aspect, that made me dread something from which I might shape a prophecy, and foresee a fearful catastrophe.
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12 Hawkeye, though too much accustomed to Indian artifices not to foresee the danger of the experiment, knew not well how to combat this sudden resolution.
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13 There was no deep insight into causes and effects necessary to foresee that such a situation of things was likely to prove highly prejudicial to their future movements.
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14 I foresee I shall surprise you,' began Arkady, pulling himself together again with an effort, 'especially since this feeling relates in a way.
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15 The facts clearly show that Napoleon did not foresee the danger of the advance on Moscow, nor did Alexander and the Russian commanders then think of luring Napoleon on, but quite the contrary.
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