Remember, the foregoing examples are exclusively taken from radio commentary spoken in 2009.
So why might the inspirational woman be foregoing future cover shoots?
Attack Syrian government military targets with cruise missiles, drones, or with the foregoing plus piloted U.S. aircraft.
And finally, Step 7: “If you think all of the foregoing is mad, just watch and learn.”
This is easily distinguished from the foregoing species by its conspicuous white eyebrow.
Our numbers will indicate where they are to be found in the foregoing collection.
Lady Fingers—Are mixed in the same manner, and of the same ingredients as the foregoing receipt for the best sponge cake.
If the foregoing piece be worth your strictures, let me have them.
The average speaker will deliver the foregoing line on destiny with about the same amount of emphasis on each word.
He somehow suspected, after the foregoing conversation, to whom the letter was addressed.
"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.