Related formsfor·sworn·ness, nounun·for·sworn, adjective
Definition for forsworn (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), for·swore, for·sworn, for·swearing.
verb (used without object), for·swore, for·sworn, for·swearing.
Related formsfor·swear·er, noun
Examples from the Web for forsworn
Then it was clear by this supposed divine Judgment, the Merchant was forsworn.
Fng asked him to take a drink, but the Eighth Prince said that he had forsworn wine, acting under Fngs advice, for three years.
And yet for her a trusted officer, a friend, had forsworn his service and his comrades.Priestess of the Flame|Sewell Peaslee Wright
The daily expenditure increased seven-fold: but had he not forsworn small economies?Charles Lever, His Life in His Letters, Vol. I (of II)|Edmund Downey
It seemed to him that every one would see in his face that he was a recreant priest, perjured and forsworn.The Golden House|Charles Dudley Warner