Far-seeing sentence example

  • The occasion for war was engineered entirely by Bismarck; and it is doubtful how far Moltke was in Bismarck's confidence, though as a far-seeing general he took advantage of every opening which the latter's diplomacy secured for him.
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  • He was far-seeing in arranging all his actions, pleasant and merry all with men; strong and brave, and furious in battle."
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  • Generous to his friends, he was miserly to those who displeased him; very skilled in the art of the engineer, catholic in his faith, far-seeing, obstinate in his resolution.
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  • His intellect was far-seeing and acute, quick and yet cautious, meditative, methodical and free from prejudice.
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  • His firmness was heroic, his sagacity profound and far-seeing; he supported good and evil fortune with equal dignity; and his fall was on both occasions due to revolutions beyond his control.
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  • It was the headquarters of Sir Henry Lawrence, one of the most far-seeing of Indian states- The men, who was well aware of the mutinous state of Defence.
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  • The ardent patriot, the far-seeing statesman, were united in his person with the consummate and unapproachable artist.
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  • No more far-seeing than the Directory or the men of the year III., he thought that, with energy and execution, he might succeed in the Peninsula as he had succeeded in Italy in 1796 and 1797, in Egypt, and in Hesse, and that he might cut into Spanish granite as into Italian mosaic or that big cake, Germany.
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  • No far-seeing telescope can bring into visibility the coastline of His shoreless supplies.
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  • The mind skills include far-seeing, fetching (making far-off things appear), far-speaking (broadcast telepathy) and so on.
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  • His statesmanship, though marred occasionally by personal vanity and love of popular applause, was far-seeing and prudent.
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  • To a new generation they seemed paltry, earthly and fantastic, and far-seeing men had good reason to regard them as a source of political danger.
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  • Though this was recognized by the more far-seeing of the Bond leaders, they were ready to support Kruger, whether or not he granted reforms, and they sought to make Milner's position impossible.
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