UNFORGONE

forgo

[fawr-goh]
verb (used with object), forwent, forgone, forgoing.
1.
to abstain or refrain from; do without.
2.
to give up, renounce, or resign.
3.
Archaic. to neglect or overlook.
4.
Archaic. to quit or leave.
5.
Obsolete. to go or pass by.
Also, forego.


Origin:
before 950; Middle English forgon, Old English forgān. See for-, go1

forgoer, noun
unforgone, adjective


1. forbear, sacrifice, forsake.
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forgo or forego (fɔːˈɡəʊ)
 
vb , -goes, -going, -went, -gone
1.  to give up or do without
2.  archaic to leave
 
[Old English forgān; see for-, go1]
 
forego or forego
 
vb
 
[Old English forgān; see for-, go1]
 
for'goer or forego
 
n
 
fore'goer or forego
 
n

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forgo
see forego. Related: Forgoing; forgone
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