hindsight

Foresight vs Hindsight - What's the difference?

foresight | hindsight | Antonyms |

Hindsight is an antonym of foresight.

Foresight is an antonym of hindsight.


As nouns the difference between foresight and hindsight

is that foresight is the ability to foresee or prepare wisely for the future while hindsight is realisation or understanding of the significance and nature of events after they have occurred.

Firearm vs Hindsight - What's the difference?

firearm | hindsight |


As nouns the difference between firearm and hindsight

is that firearm is a personal weapon that uses explosive powder to propel a metal (usually lead) projectile while hindsight is realisation or understanding of the significance and nature of events after they have occurred.

Rear vs Hindsight - What's the difference?

rear | hindsight |


As nouns the difference between rear and hindsight

is that rear is the back or hindmost part; that which is behind, or last on order; - opposed to front while hindsight is realisation or understanding of the significance and nature of events after they have occurred.

As a verb rear

is to raise physically; to lift up; to cause to rise, to elevate or rear can be to move; stir or rear can be to place in the rear; to secure the rear of.

As a adjective rear

is (of eggs) underdone; nearly raw or rear can be being behind, or in the hindmost part; hindmost; as, the rear rank of a company.

As a adverb rear

is (british|dialect) early; soon.

Sight vs Hindsight - What's the difference?

sight | hindsight |


As nouns the difference between sight and hindsight

is that sight is (in the singular) the ability to see while hindsight is realisation or understanding of the significance and nature of events after they have occurred.

As a verb sight

is to register visually.

Event vs Hindsight - What's the difference?

event | hindsight |


As nouns the difference between event and hindsight

is that event is an occurrence; something that happens while hindsight is realisation or understanding of the significance and nature of events after they have occurred.

Occur vs Hindsight - What's the difference?

occur | hindsight |


As a verb occur

is to happen or take place.

As a noun hindsight is

realisation or understanding of the significance and nature of events after they have occurred.

Nature vs Hindsight - What's the difference?

nature | hindsight |


As nouns the difference between nature and hindsight

is that nature is (lb) the natural world; consisting of all things unaffected by or predating human technology, production and design eg the ecosystem, the natural environment, virgin ground, unmodified species, laws of nature while hindsight is realisation or understanding of the significance and nature of events after they have occurred.

As a verb nature

is (obsolete) to endow with natural qualities.

Significance vs Hindsight - What's the difference?

significance | hindsight |


As nouns the difference between significance and hindsight

is that significance is the extent to which something matters; importance while hindsight is realisation or understanding of the significance and nature of events after they have occurred.

Understanding vs Hindsight - What's the difference?

understanding | hindsight |


As nouns the difference between understanding and hindsight

is that understanding is (uncountable) mental, sometimes emotional process of comprehension, assimilation of knowledge, which is subjective by its nature while hindsight is realisation or understanding of the significance and nature of events after they have occurred.

As a adjective understanding

is showing compassion.

As a verb understanding

is .

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