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forecast to state as likely to happen; predict. [2 definitions]
forefather a male ancestor.
forefinger the finger next to the thumb; index finger.
forefoot one of the front feet of an animal that has four or more legs.
foregone having been decided ahead of time; certain.
foreground the part of a picture or view that appears to be nearest to the person looking at it.
forehead the part of the human face above the eyes and below the hair; brow. [2 definitions]
foreign in, from, or having to do with a country that is not one's own. [2 definitions]
foreigner a person who is born in or is from a foreign country.
foreleg one of the two front legs of an animal that has four or more legs.
foreman the leader of a group of workers in a factory, shop, or other workplace. [2 definitions]
foremost first or most important; leading. [2 definitions]
forerunner a person or thing that came before another; ancestor; predecessor. [2 definitions]
foresaw past tense of foresee.
foresee to see in advance as likely to happen; predict.
foreseen past participle of foresee.
foresight concern and planning for future needs and events; prudence.
forest a large area of land covered with many trees and other plants.
foretell to tell of as likely or certain to happen; forecast; predict.
foretold past tense and past participle of foretell.
forever for all time; eternally. [2 definitions]