Thesaurus / forego

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

That I might build homes for others, I had to forego—to forego for all time—the home that might have been my own.

The Master BuilderHenrik Ibsen

It is of some consequence for a man to forego his own inclinations, even in matters of no great importance.

I was obliged to forego the pleasure of bringing him to you on account of two most unfortunate accidents.

The Darrow EnigmaMelvin L. Severy

To enjoy that delectable hostelry one must forego the city as though it were leagues away.

Ludwig was obliged to forego his intention to row about on the lake in the evening.

I cannot forego pride when I look on thee, and think that thou lovest me.

The Lady of LyonsEdward Bulwer Lytton

“She was forced to forego her own inclinations to escape the tyranny of Rufus,” returned Henry.

But when one lives in Hampstead one has to forego many delightful friendships; and then he grew to be such a tremendous swell!

The MartianGeorge Du Maurier

Thy girl's heart is too selfish to forego its own joy for his sake.

Comic TragediesLouisa M. Alcott

Thinkest thou I could forego the joy of seeing thy proud head laid low?

Comic TragediesLouisa M. Alcott

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