verb (used with or without object), fore·swore, fore·sworn, fore·swear·ing.
Examples from the Web for foreswore
John foreswore business, but the gentleman must see him, and up he came for that purpose.The Humors of Falconbridge|Jonathan F. Kelley
Jealous neighbours, to whose interests the re-organization and strengthening of Poland were inimical, foreswore its downfall.Frederic Chopin, v. 1 (of 2)|Moritz Karasowski
I'm foreswore not to feel lonesome tell I go to the gallows.Mingo|Joel Chandler Harris
Cause enough, master steward: I was entertained by her to please her palate; And, till she foreswore eating, I perform'd it.
Even to me he was a hero when he foreswore, for the sake of his friend, the romantic promise of his adventure.Rolling Stones|O. Henry