The child thought, more than once that he was moved: and had forborne to speak.
At the time he was ashamed to seem too eager and had forborne to question further.
Possibly not; otherwise, according to old wont, he would have forborne to speak of it beforehand.
She had been there once already, but seeing him asleep, she had forborne to wake him.
We have borne and forborne long enough, and a resolute stand should be taken at once, was the comment of the Missouri Reporter.
The labours of the husbandman and the artificer she has forborne.
But what you said touched some spring of my mind, and I could no more have forborne to laugh than to breathe for an hour.
Camilla, distressed, hung her head, and would have forborne making any answer.
A bandit on a lonely road would, if he were born in Addington, have forborne to rob them.
I had forborne to speak of it till now, wishing to give the man fair-play.