planful

adjective
plan·​ful | \ˈplanfəl\

Definition of planful 

1 : full of plans : resourceful, scheming a latter-day robber baron, planful, secretive, ruthless— Wolfgang Langewiesche

2 : according to a plan persistent and planful arousing of the mind— Hugo Münsterberg

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Other Words from planful

planfully \ -​fəlē \ adverb
planfulness noun plural -es

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plan entry 1 + -ful

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