Foreseeable [adjective]

Definition of Foreseeable:

easy to foretell

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Sentence/Example of Foreseeable:

With Fed interest rates remaining at roughly zero for the foreseeable future, bonds would be a mistake—as they have been basically since the last recession, assuming you wanted to make money.

During the postgame news conference, Blakeney tells The Washington Post that Howard will shut down Maker for the foreseeable future.

This virus is going to be with us for the foreseeable future, and it’ll keep evolving, we’ll keep getting new strains.

The case against Democrats nuking the filibusterHe didn’t get that, but in dropping his demand, he cited two Democratic senators who said they wouldn’t vote to nix the filibuster — apparently rendering the proposal dead for the foreseeable future.

Inova late Monday said it canceled scheduled vaccinations for teachers and staff members in Fairfax County Public Schools “for the foreseeable future.”

The world might have been moving toward a streaming future, but sports were still a staple of linear TV, and that was unlikely to change for the foreseeable future.

Instagram and WhatsApp may end up staying right where they are for the foreseeable future.

In front of dozens of Hollywood’s most important negotiators, Zooming in from all over Los Angeles, she declared that her studio was committed to releasing movies in theaters for the foreseeable future.

Davis now knows that his mutually beneficial partnership with James will continue for the foreseeable future.

Many hope a vaccine will end the pandemic, but for the foreseeable future, other public health measures will still be needed to suppress the spread of the virus.