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forefend

/ fɔːˈfɛnd /

verb

  1. tr a variant spelling of forfend


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But Heaven forefend I should speak of the reverend Prelate as one whose peril is imminent.

Everything to forefend against a day of stress or trial had been done, even to instilling courage into youthful hearts.

Now, God forefend, Sir, I should ever take a service at his hand!

I wonder what I should think of the book were I to read it now, which Heaven forefend!

Now charity forefend, for so should I bring thee to thy second childhood.

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