Word of the Day: PROSPICIENT

ETYMOLOGY
from Latin prōspicient-prōspiciēns (provident, cautious),
present participle of prōspicĕre (to look forward)

EXAMPLE
“…But for­tune prospicient to the Original of Rome, did provide a Woolf to give suck to the children, who having lost her whelps, and de­siring to emptie her teats, did offer her self as a Nurse to the Infants, and returning often to the children, as to her own young ones…”

From: The History of Ivstine:
taken out of the four and forty books of Trogus Pompeius… together with the Epitomie of the lives and manners of the Roman Emperors 
– Marcus Junianus Justinus
– translated by Robert Codrington, 1654

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