forehandedness


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fore·hand·ed

 (fôr′hăn′dĭd)
adj.
1. Forehand, as in tennis.
2.
a. Looking or planning ahead; circumspect.
b. Having ample financial resources; well-off.

fore′hand′ed·ly adv.
fore′hand′ed·ness n.
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forehandedness

noun
The exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters:
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17 Time regularly referred to the Republicans as "Reds" and their country as "Leftist Spain," characterized liberal President Azana as "frog-faced" and "blotchy" while praising Franco's "caution, thoroughness, quick decision, forehandedness," and saw the Nationalist program as "Back to Normalcy" for Spain.
Curtis believed in the so-called middle-class virtues--industry, thrift, and what the Post called "forehandedness'--and chose to sow them in the fertile ground of middle-class boys.