/ˈfɔr wərdˌlʊk ɪŋ/
planning for or anticipating possible future events, conditions, etc.; progressive.
Fourth, forward-looking reform is impossible without backward-looking punishment.
The forward-looking companies are trying to get a real jump on that now.
Model makers had to pore over numerous prospective building plans to accurately depict the forward-looking cityscape.
Seen as a forward-looking economic indicator, they are bleak.
Across the globe forward-looking indicators, such as surveys of purchasing managers, are horribly gloomy.
The pace slows in the book's forward-looking second half.
But perhaps if readers want a sort of forward-looking, progress-and-improvement mind set, they will have to look elsewhere.
Its downgrade was widely expected and in principle should already be factored in by forward-looking bond markets.
Second, forward-looking indicators aren't encouraging.
Policies should be technology neutral, stable, forward-looking and non-discriminatory.