prevision of change is not part of its scope, for habit assumes the essential likeness of the new situation with the old.
For which prevision he was rewarded with a stinging smack on the head.
So that Liebig's prevision had received a complete experimental verification.
Was this coincidence, or prevision, or what Mr. Dessoir calls the 'falsification of memory'?
Vision for faith; prevision for science:—this seems to be the inviolable allotment of gifts by the Father of lights.
It is now clear that his instinct was sure, his prevision acute.
The party had found the four, but his prevision had not failed him.
In just this does the prevision of the future by common sense consist.
A curious feeling, against taking Pym out again, lay within him; like an instinct, it seemed; a prevision of warning.
But China, if my prevision be correct, is going to do nothing of the kind.