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foreknowledge (n.)

"prescience," 1530s, from fore- + knowledge. Earlier in this sense was foreknowing (late 14c.), from foreknow "have previous knowledge of, know beforehand." Old English had forewitan, Middle English forwiten "to foreknow."

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Definitions of foreknowledge from WordNet

foreknowledge (n.)
knowledge of an event before it occurs;
Synonyms: precognition
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