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The old girl must be protected from that sort of eye-opener, if I've to forswear my soul.
He would not forswear his fathers' faith and did not understand what the priest said.
“Then I forswear all rash promises for the future,” he declared.
All the world seemed bent on compelling her to forswear herself.
What is the secret of thy ring that a man must forswear love for it?
The Tunker says that I must forswear myself to become a Christian.
But what right had he to defend from gallantry the woman he was about to forswear before the world?
If you would belong to me, forswear all of which this is the emblem.
I abhor myself, and from this hour, I forswear all woman-kind for your sake.
The bottle he may relinquish—women he may forswear—but gambling, never!