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foreswear

[fawr-swair, fohr-]
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verb (used with or without object), fore·swore, fore·sworn, fore·swear·ing.
  1. forswear.
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Historical Examples

  • Charity, kindness, altruism, all the gentler emotions—I foreswore them.

    The Secret Witness

    George Gibbs

  • I'm foreswore not to feel lonesome tell I go to the gallows.

    Mingo

    Joel Chandler Harris

  • John foreswore business, but the gentleman must see him, and up he came for that purpose.

    The Humors of Falconbridge

    Jonathan F. Kelley

  • I'll swear you shall not go in: you know I foreswore being alone with you.

  • Cause enough, master steward: I was entertained by her to please her palate; And, till she foreswore eating, I perform'd it.