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To that same effect, it’s a good idea to forgo any kind of makeup—especially high coverage, liquid foundations—as doing so will give you one less thing to worry about clogging your pores.
It’s their failing, not his, that so many people forgo face coverings.
We’ll forgo the caviar and the bubbles, and instead keep it simple, with plenty of sour cream and applesauce.
Allowing staff and students to forgo them contradicts guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on reopenings.
Some families may forgo accessing these programs because they feel a sense of stigma, shame or distrust at accepting help in feeding their children.
The boys went back to the hotel for breakfast, which even Bob had forgone in order to get earlier news of the boat.
In her hands now lay the sinews of a war she had forgone all need of waging.
BIG TIMBERBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Then too the advance of refinement causes words to be forgone, which are felt to speak too plainly.
ENGLISH PAST AND PRESENTRICHARD CHEVENIX TRENCH
We started rather late, in the tea interval, and nobody took the least interest in what was considered a forgone conclusion.
LAWN TENNIS FOR LADIESMRS. LAMBERT CHAMBERS
We would have much rather waited on ourselves, and we wished Mrs. Martin had forgone the usual number of courses.
UNCLE MAXROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY