The band has to forego plane travel, personal assistants, and expensive hotels.
In a one-state outcome, both sides would have to forego dreams of exclusivist nationalism.
I was almost ready to forego probably the biggest movie of next year.
That means the agency may have to forego recovery projects that it normally does in states that turn to the agency for help.
These masses had to forego their own yearnings and aspirations in order to play their assigned roles.
Thinkest thou I could forego the joy of seeing thy proud head laid low?
No one can honestly promise to forego the right which he has over all things.
A fourth time she returned, consenting to forego all thoughts of vengeance if the king would order the young hero to marry her.
And hark you, Calderon, I tell you that I will not forego this pursuit.
"I feel quite willing to forego the honor of such an introduction," coolly returned the daughter.
"to go before," Old English foregan "to go before," from fore- + go. The similarly constructed foredone "killed, destroyed," now is archaic, replaced by done for. Related: Foregoing; foregone.
Phrase foregone conclusion popularized in "Othello" [III.iii], but Shakespeare's sense was not necessarily the main modern one of "a decision already formed before the case is argued." Othello says it of Cassio's dream, and it is clear from the context that Othello means Cassio actually has been in bed with Desdemona before he allegedly dreamed it.