FOREC'AST, verb transitive
1. To foresee; to provide against.
It is wisdom to forecast consequences.
2. To scheme; to plan before execution.
He shall forecast his devices against the strong holds. Daniel 11:24.
3. To adjust; contrive or appoint beforehand
The time so well forecast
FOREC'AST, verb intransitive To form a scheme previously; to contrive beforehand.
Forecasting how his foe he might annoy.
FO'REC'AST, noun Previous contrivance; foresight, or the antecedent determination proceeding from it; as a man of little forecast