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1forego

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

2forego

Definition of FOREGO

variant of forgo
FORGOING Defined for Kids

forego

Definition of FOREGO for Kids

variant of forgo

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