Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties
Division (I) Formation of Ideas
Section VI. Extension of Thought
2. To the Future

510. Foresight.

   NOUN:FORESIGHT, prospicience, prevision, long-sightedness, farsightedness; anticipation; providence (preparation) [See Preparation].
  FORETHOUGHT, forecast; predeliberation, presurmise; foregone conclusion (prejudgment) [See Misjudgment]; prudence (caution) [See Caution].
  FOREKNOWLEDGE, precognition, prescience, prenotion, presentiment; second sight; sagacity (intelligence) [See Intelligence. Wisdom]; antepast, prelibation; prophasis [med.], prognosis [med.].
  PROSPECT (expectation) [See Expectation]; foretaste; prospectus (plan) [See Plan].
   VERB:FORESEE; look -forwards to, – ahead, – beyond; scent from afar; feel it in one’s bones [colloq.]; look -, pry -, peep- into the future.
  see one’s way; see how the -land lies, – wind blows, – cat jumps [colloq.].
  ANTICIPATE; expect [See Expectation]; be beforehand (early) [See Earliness]; predict [See Prediction]; foreknow, forejudge, forecast; surmise; have an eye to the -future, – main chance; respicere finem [L.]; keep a sharp lookout (vigilance) [See Care]; forewarn [See Warning].
   ADJECTIVE:FORESEEING &c. v.; prescient, anticipatory; farseeing, farsighted, long-sighted; sagacious (intelligent) [See Intelligence. Wisdom]; weatherwise; provident (prepared) [See Preparation]; on the lookout, – for; prospective [See Expectation].
   ADVERB:against the time when; for a rainy day.
  1. Cernit omnia Deus vindex.
  2. Mihi cura futuri.