forgo

[ fawr-goh ]SEE DEFINITION OF forgo

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORGO

It was a mere piece of theatricality, such as it was not in Scaramouche's nature to forgo.

Then the petitioners offered to do anything, only they begged him to forgo invasion.

We'll have to forgo lights for the present, but I needed the bombs more.

Tony was sulky, and Constance could not forgo the pleasure of baiting him further.

The freshmen who had been so favored did not wish to forgo these joys.

I will, even if I have to forgo my baccy for a month to raise the oof.

He was so used to his pipe after a meal that he really could not forgo it.

She, for her part, must forgo the liberty of the free-lance.

Nor were we the only toilers obliged to forgo the hard-earned half-hour of rest.

And ye who cannot imagine, forgo the pleasure, for I shall tell you no more about it.

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