unforeknowable

foreknow

[fawr-noh, fohr-]
verb (used with object), foreknew, foreknown, foreknowing.
to know beforehand.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English foreknowen. See fore-, know

foreknowable, adjective
foreknower, noun
foreknowingly, adverb
unforeknowable, adjective
unforeknown, adjective


foresee, divine, discern, anticipate.
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foreknow (fɔːˈnəʊ)
 
vb , -knows, -knowing, -knew, -known
(tr) to know in advance
 
fore'knowable
 
adj
 
fore'knowledge
 
n
 
fore'knowingly
 
adv

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