fore|glance

fore|glance
fore|glance «FR GLANS, FOHR-; -GLAHNS», noun.
1. the act of glancing forward.
2. a view or glance beforehand: »

How…interesting it would be to have a foreglance into a science textbook of a century hence (James J. Hissey).


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