For example, Damien Hirst was prescient and responded to the changing value system 15 years in advance.
Yes, this funny book is not only critical of the Irish boom—it might even be prescient.
In a prescient op-ed in 2004, Jason Zengerle argued that evolving comic portrayals augured bad times for the president.
Two weeks ago, Munich RE, the German reinsurance giant, released a prescient report.
Otto Frank was prescient, and he decided that for the foreseeable future Germany was not going to be a comfortable place for Jews.
The shadow had been veiled, but she had a prescient consciousness of the features beneath the veil.
She stood still, but there was a prescient flash in her eyes as she looked at him.
He knew enough of the trend of Cherokee thought to be prescient of the fate of the scapegoat.
How prescient of disaster they had felt—but how little they had appraised its force!
She looked at him with an inquiry which held a sort of prescient reserve.