Forethought is a related term of aforethought.
As adjectives the difference between forethought and aforethought
is that forethought
is thought of, or planned, beforehand while aforethought
is premeditated; planned ahead of time.
As a noun forethought
is thinking beforehand or in advance, planning; prior or previous consideration; premeditation.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
Thinking beforehand or in advance, planning; prior or previous consideration; premeditation.
:With a little forethought we'd have planned for this contingency and not been stuck here now.
Provident care; prudence.
Thought of, or planned, beforehand.
* Francis Bacon
- Forethought malice.
Premeditated; planned ahead of time.
- This was not merely wrong; it was clearly done with malice aforethought .
Unlike most English adjectives, (aforethought) is a postpositive adjective and immediately follows the noun it modifies.
* (premeditated) planned, premeditated