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Quotes of forego

  1. There is no reason why marriage should necessarily compel an actress to forego her career. – Billie Burke
  2. That does not mean that we must forego just and fair criticism, or refrain from opposition to policies which are debatable or which do not command our approval. – Bainbridge Colby
  3. Next to knowing when to seize an opportunity, the most important thing in life is to know when to forego an advantage. – Benjamin Disraeli
  4. Furthermore, there is no good ethical or economic reason for asking workmen and current producers to forego all economic gain in order to increase the purchasing power of all the wealth accumulated in past years. – Charles E. Wilson

Usage examples for forego

  1. But I do not forego the friendly interest I took in you in the days when you were so continually in my house. – The Parisians, Book 11. by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  2. If needs be, he would forego the great fortune that awaited him rather than be forced into questionable business methods against which his whole manhood revolted. – The Lion and the Mouse A Story of an American Life by Charles Klein
  3. At the first glance it suggested a safe combination; but after a minute's intent examination, during which the girl could scarcely restrain her eager impatience, I was obliged to forego that idea. – The Paternoster Ruby by Charles Edmonds Walk
  4. But when his indignation subsided, he was induced on various accounts to forego that resolution. – Persian Literature, Volume 1,Comprising The Shah Nameh, The Rubaiyat, The Divan, and The Gulistan by Anonymous
  5. Who was willing to forego a one- hundred- thousand- dollar prize in order to gain a fortune of many hundreds of thousands? – The Dream Doctor by Arthur B. Reeve
  6. Finally, after a long struggle, continued through several days, he resolved to forego the good he had attempted to grasp. – Lessons in Life, For All Who Will Read Them by T. S. Arthur
  7. If he quitted France she must forego that. – In the Day of Adversity by John Bloundelle-Burton
  8. Tonelli then had left from his day's salary enough to pay for the ice which he ate at ten o'clock, but which he would sometimes forego in order to give the money in charity, though more commonly he indulged himself, and put off the beggar with, " Another time, my dear. – A Fearful Responsibility and Other Stories by William D. Howells
  9. Even if, for reasons over which he could have no control, the father should forego his vengeance, the daughter would take vengeance upon herself, just as she does in the play, and she would be moved to it by that innate or acquired sense of honour which the upper classes inherit- whence? – Plays by August Strindberg, Second series by August Strindberg
  10. Neither be in want of conveniences nor be compelled to forego the space of privacy. – Rhyme And Reason - A Compilation Of Verses, Rhymes And Senses by Dom
  11. " Lorrequer, sit down, my boy, I have much to say to you, and as we have no time to lose, you must forego a little sleep. – The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete by Charles James Lever (1806-1872)
  12. Their cupidity is equal to their influence, and they never forego any opportunity of making their profit of the poor Kalmuck. – Travels in the Steppes of the Caspian Sea, the Crimea, the Caucasus, &c. by Xavier Hommaire de Hell
  13. But the several coats I wore made it difficult to find my change; I thought I had better forego my charity that day, and I walked away. – The Untilled Field by George Moore
  14. The truly great are the only ones who can forego revenge." – The White Squaw by Mayne Reid
  15. But people who have been accustomed to comforts in England should avoid the States, unless they are prepared to forego society, and live the sort of life one leads on a cattle ranch, where nothing in the way of appearance is necessary. – The Truth About America by Edward Money
  16. Mr Ratman seemed inclined to accept the invitation; but as he was anxious for information just now, he decided to forego the experiment. – Roger Ingleton, Minor by Talbot Baines Reed
  17. But Massan's sociable disposition came in the way of this plan, and the thought of leading a solitary life always induced him to forego it. – Ungava by R.M. Ballantyne
  18. On further consultation, however, they were induced to forego the pleasure of this horrible sacrifice. – The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (Vol. II) by Washington Irving
  19. She now felt that her assumed cheerfulness deceived him so little that, were it not for Belle, she would wholly forego the effort, and end the long, miserable day in her own room. – Without a Home by E. P. Roe
  20. Still we are willing to forego even that pleasure, if Sir Percy will but move a finger towards his own freedom. – El Dorado by Baroness Orczy

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