use prescient in a sentence.
Excellent and prescient reference.
Valve was prescient about this.
The January 1980 thread was amazingly prescient...
I thought the one about Aliens was prescient.
In his prescient 1972 speech "The Android and the Human"
Apart from "A Logic Named Joe", which was eerily prescient.
Predicting Ron Paul's opposition of legislation is hardly prescient.
How prescient as Java and it's derivatives are probably the biggest danger to apple.
Miguel de Icaza, patent lawyer and prescient predictor.
That's either pretty prescient or they followed your suggestion to the letter.
But he was being observant, not prescient.
If it were a few days later it wouldn't be a prescient prediction.
Actually, that the thought entered his mind at all is quite prescient.
Atwood's law keeps on showing itself to be more and more prescient.
Their anti-copyright stance was also prescient.
Remarkably prescient, though I guess the signs were there for anyone smart enough to see them at the time.
Nice anecdote, but what exactly is prescient about it?
I don't think prescient means what you think it means.