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A Foregone Conclusion ( one knew that it would happened even before it happened ... )

"A Foregone Conclusion"

A foregone conclusion is something that one knew would happened even before it had happened.

Example: "I knew they would lose. It was a foregone conclusion."

It was a foregone conclusion because it was so likely that it seemed like it had to happen.

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