verb fore·go \fr-ˈgō\
-went \-ˈwent\fore·gone\-ˈgn also -ˈgän\fore·go·ing\-ˈgō-iŋ, -ˈg(-)iŋ\

Definition of FOREGO

transitive verb
:  to go before :  precede
fore·go·er \-ˈgō-ər\ noun

Examples of FOREGO

  1. <if the sparse crowds are any indication of the public's interest in the presidential candidate, then his reputation obviously foregoes him>

First Known Use of FOREGO

before 12th century

Related to FOREGO


Definition of FOREGO

variant of forgo


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