Definition: a result that can be predicted with certainty
Sentence example: Those who’ve been raising alarms about Facebook are right: Almost every minute that we spend on our smartphones and tablets and laptops, thumbing through favourite websites and scrolling through personalised feeds, we’re pointed toward foregone conclusions. We’re pressured to conform.
The Power Memory Strategy:
- Fore = beforehand; in advance
- Foregone conclusion = a conclusion that is fixed in advance