foregone

[ fawr-gawn, -gon, fohr-; fawr-gawn, -gon, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foregone

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Why has it taken so many generations to reach a foregone conclusion?

That she would hate a soulless creature he accepted as a foregone conclusion.

Its special feature was a foregone family confidence and sympathy.

All the foregone days of virtue work their health into this.

"The issue may be none so foregone as you suppose," she replied.

But his judgment was a foregone conclusion; Mr. Flaxman Reed was not large-minded.

The conclusion is, however, foregone, for they are not retiring.

Then McCandless voiced what the Captain had already taken to be a foregone conclusion.

Our defeat is a foregone conclusion: the Senoussi is too strong for us.

If any one found our trail that would make it a foregone conclusion.