Thesaurus / forgoes


This year, though, I’m worried about crowded, closed spaces, so I will forgo my mall trips.

Heather Maio-Smith, the company’s chief executive, says the inspiration for Ask Santa came to her when her local Home Depot’s Christmas decorations triggered the thought that many kids would likely have to forgo Santa visits this year.

You may be able to get away without shoes while being housebound, but you cannot forgo respect.

Miss Manners: Husband’s rude eating habits driving wife up the wallJudith Martin, Nicholas Martin, Jacobina MartinDecember 18, 2020Washington Post

Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski announced that the Blue Devils would forgo their remaining nonconference games last week.

With her strong sequel “Wonder Woman 1984” due on HBO Max on Christmas Day, Jenkins isn’t signing on to see her next film projects possibly forgo theaters for streaming.

Especially after forgoing the Grinch’s trademark growl, Morrison can’t hold a candle to Jim Carrey’s cinematic take.

Both plans would require countries to make a dramatic shift to renewable energy and forgo oil and natural gas.

One who forgoes the advantage of a Hell for persons of another faith.

No class of society, not even the most abjectly poor, forgoes all customary conspicuous consumption.

I admire this intelligent foresight of the maggot, which forgoes the comfort of the moment for the security of the future.


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