verb (used with object), for·did, for·done, for·do·ing. Archaic.
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Historical Examples of fordo
The wolf is the devil, who lies in ambush about God's church, and watches how he may fordo the souls of christian men with sins.
Forsooth this is a shameful custom of a lady, and if I had not a great matter in my hand I should fordo your evil customs.Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume II (of II)
Me forthinketh, said King Pellinore, that this shall me betide, but God may fordo well destiny.Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume I (of II)