Recent Examples of foreseeable from the Web
India and Pakistan are unlikely to resolve their differences in the foreseeable future.
With Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare all but dead for the foreseeable future, attention has returned to the state of the Affordable Care Act, which is in limbo.
But ACA rules that make insurance more costly would remain in place for the foreseeable future.
Unfortunately, spontaneous mini-reunions like Yanic and Melissa's might be the only ones Gilmore Girls fans will be getting in the foreseeable future.
The Italian's family also moved to the capital at the end of last season, laying down all the foundations for Conte to stay in West London for the foreseeable future.
Or will Saban, Meyer, Swinney and Fisher keep the big rings among themselves for the foreseeable future?
The trouble with this claim is that the government of our nation-state will be, for the foreseeable future, the only agent capable of making any real difference in the amount of selfishness and sadism inflicted on Americans.
Sporting Kansas City will play without its leading scorer for the foreseeable future, though perhaps not as long as initially feared.
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First Known Use of foreseeable
Legal Definition of foreseeable
: such as reasonably can or should be anticipated : such that a person of ordinary prudence would expect to occur or exist under the circumstances a foreseeable risk the foreseeable expenses a foreseeable plaintiff
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