forsworn

[ fawr-swawrn, -swohrn ]SEE DEFINITION OF forsworn
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And yet for her a trusted officer, a friend, had forsworn his service and his comrades.

That land, you treacherous, forsworn Spanish dog, is the island of Hispaniola.

The words they speak—they who are his enemies—that he had forsworn his faith: it is not true.

Well doth it become Harmachis, who never was forsworn, to speak to me of oaths!

Raleigh—If truth be constant, and constancy be in truth, why hath he forsworn that that he hath said?

This was what I always looked forward to, as you did also; you have obtained it, I have forsworn it.

Yellow's forsaken, and green's forsworn, but blue and red ought to be worn.

Why should you swear I am forsworn,Since thine I vowed to be?

False and forsworn yourself, you dared to suspect and insult me.

When I saw your impish tendencies I should have forsworn the alliance.'

WORD ORIGIN

from Old English forsworenne, past participle of forswerian (see forswear).

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