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synonyms for forfeited

  • absent
  • adrift
  • disoriented
  • hidden
  • invisible
  • misplaced
  • vanished
  • disappeared
  • forfeit
  • gone
  • lacking
  • minus
  • mislaid
  • missed
  • obscured
  • strayed
  • wandering
  • astray
  • at sea
  • cast away
  • down the drain
  • fallen between cracks
  • gone astray
  • irrecoverable
  • irretrievable
  • irrevocable
  • kiss goodbye
  • nowhere to be found
  • off-course
  • out the window
  • unredeemed
  • wayward
  • without
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How to use forfeited in a sentence

However, there’s also a distinct danger in taking too short a ride, because if you’re not satisfied when you return, you might be tempted to take a much longer ride the next day, thus forfeiting any time you may have saved.
WHY 20 MILES IS THE PERFECT LENGTH FOR A BIKE RIDEEBEN WEISSNOVEMBER 20, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
The Thanksgiving sheet-pan planPosey came to Washington about 1770 as forfeited property used to secure a debt owed Washington by his profligate friend and neighbor John Posey.
GEORGE WASHINGTON’S 1795 THANKSGIVING CELEBRATED LIBERTY. BUT THE CHEF BEHIND THE FEAST HAD NONE.RAMIN GANESHRAMNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
If officials only consider a “static picture” of a market, “then we risk forfeiting the benefits of competition that could arise in the future.”
FTC CHAIR ISSUES ANTITRUST WARNING AS FACEBOOK AWAITS DECISIONVERNE KOPYTOFFNOVEMBER 12, 2020FORTUNE
As food writer Dave Infante points out in his newsletter, it’s difficult to call that position a “job,” considering that it includes no health care coverage and asks hirees to forfeit any IP ownership of their work.
MEET THE PROFESSIONAL MEMERSLUKE WINKIENOVEMBER 11, 2020VOX
It wasn’t just worries over paying mortgages or forfeiting the prestige of the job.
INSIDE THE FALL OF THE CDCBY JAMES BANDLER, PATRICIA CALLAHAN, SEBASTIAN ROTELLA AND KIRSTEN BERGOCTOBER 15, 2020PROPUBLICA
This administration has forfeited their right to reflection based on this.
MIKE PENCE, HEAD OF THE CORONAVIRUS TASK FORCE, STRUGGLES TO ANSWER QUESTIONS DURING DEBATENICOLE GOODKINDOCTOBER 8, 2020FORTUNE
Whatever servant had not slept in the house the previous night forfeited his right to the money.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
Capitulation of the city of Canton, which had forfeited previous stipulations with the British and resumed hostilities.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
On his return to France he became a statesman, but was suspected of some political heresies, which forfeited his life.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
At the end of a year, by non-payment, they forfeited the mortgage, and the legal title to the property passed to Hide.
SHAKESPEAREAN PLAYHOUSESJOSEPH QUINCY ADAMS
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