foresworn

[ fawr-swair, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foresworn
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He had foresworn whatever pleasure he might have thought of for Sunday.

Are you not about to give yourself to one to whom—unless you are foresworn—you cannot give your heart?

What they heard was ample compensation for all that they had foresworn at the hands of life.

You have foresworn your religion—your faith in the great Cause!

This might convey the idea that ice-cream is foresworn by them.

Was this the thing he had foresworn so rabidly a scant four hours before!

I have simplified my method of painting, and foresworn all tricks.

It is you that have foresworn yourself in coming into my bath-room, and in sending such a brutal message to my mother.

I do not suggest that meat and groceries are foresworn, but it would appear that they come second in the household expenses.

It was all very fine to foreswear adventure, but what if adventure refused to be foresworn?

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